Christi G. Hunt, MD

Dr. Hunt combines her interest in SILS (single incision laparoscopic surgery) hysterectomy, oophorectomy, and advanced laparoscopic surgery, with a belief in listening and connecting with her patients.

Dr. Hunt is passionate about taking care of her patients through the many stages and transitions in their lives.  She is married to a physician and has two daughters who play soccer and ride horses. She and her family enjoy traveling, biking, and skiing, and have a house filled with animals including a dog, guinea pigs, and frogs.

Christi G. Hunt, MD


Education and Training

  • University of Missouri-Kansas City: Chief Administrative Resident, 2000; Resident in OB-GYN, 1999
  • Saint Louis University School of Medicine: Medical Doctor 1996
  • University of North Carolina Chapel Hill: Bachelor of Science 1992

Work Experience

  • Asheville Women’s Medical Center: 2000 – present

Professional Organizations

  • American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology: Board Certification
  • Leadership Roles
  • Resident teaching, OB Administrative Leader representing AWMC, Mission Hospital
  • Obstetrical Team Leader/ Mentor and Physician Supervisor for AWMC Obstetrical Nurse Practitioner

Community / Volunteer Activities

  • Manna Food Bank and local grade school volunteer
  • Annual Medical Mission trip to Guatemala to provide OB/GYN and primary care for women in a village setting
  • Member of local Methodist Church

Find out more about Dr. Hunt

Describe yourself in 3 words.

Caring, dependable, kind

What was your first job?

Receptionist at Peabody Fitness

Who/what inspires you?

My family inspires me

What do you never leave home without?

My protein shake in the morning

What would you do if you had 2 free hours?

Mountain bike ride

Why did you choose to specialize in Ob/Gyn?

Enjoy the longevity and follow up of taking care of women through multiple stages of their lives.

Do you have any hidden talents?

Photography and making iMovies

What is the best advice anyone has given you?

Keep trying / never give up

What is your favorite animal?


What do you like about living in Asheville?

The diversity of people living here

What was your favorite subject in school?


Do you have a life motto?

Enjoy what you do

What is on your “bucket list”?

Spend a year in Guatemala training health care providers to delivery babies safely

What would your profession be if you weren’t a physician?

A photographer for a travel magazine

What music are you listening to now?

Rachel Platten

Name one personal goal.

Always set a good example for my girls