Serving our patients with the highest quality healthcare for more than 13 years.

Domingo Rodriguez-Cue, MD

Diplomate American Board of Family Practice

 

Dr. Cue arrived in Martin County in 1994 as a family medicine resident in East Carolina University's rural residency program. Upon completion of his training he decided to stay at Martin General Hospital as a clinical instructor with ECU school of medicine. He severed as the site coordinator for the teaching program and trained 7 resident doctors. With the passing of the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 funding for training medical doctors was reduced. This caused East Carolina University to close the teaching program. The Cue family decided to stay in Williamston.

 

 

 In July of 2000, he opened Downtown Health Center to serve patients from Williamston and the surrounding areas.  Seeing the alarming rates of diseases such as cancer and diabetes, he immediately took interest in finding ways to help patients lead healthier lives. He adapted the Mediterranean Diet and began measures for preventing disease.

 

He decided to focus the practice around the 3 pillars of health.

 

1. Diet

2. Exercise

3. Sleep

 

In 2002, he took interest in sleep disorders. He concentrated on the impact of sleep disorders on human diseases such as diabetes and cancer. In 2007, he traveled to Northside Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia and began formal training in sleep medicine. In 2009, he became Board Certified in Sleep Medicine and is currently one of seven family practice doctors in North Carolina with this double board certification.

 

In the last 5 years he has taken an interest in the relationship between Oxygen and disease. His care of sleep patients deals with establishing adequate oxygenation to the cells whether they are awake or asleep. He also enjoys treating other sleep disorders like insomnia and narcolepsy. He currently works as a sleep specialist from Raleigh to Ahoskie and serves as medical director to 7 sleep centers throughout the state. Dr. Cue also works in the sleep centers of 3 hospital systems. He still enjoys primary care and continues to see patients at Downtown Health Center weekly.

 

 

105 B South Smithwick Street Williamston, NC 27892  Phone: (252) 789-4111