Dr. Imran Haque has always had a vision to help people get the medical care they need. He started his own medical business based on the idea of having good bedside manner and offering specific medical services that were not offered in the location he practiced in. By following his own ideas about working hard and doing good research, he has been able to make ground where others have not. His organizations skills and ability to connect with other medical professionals has been beneficial for himself, his patients, and even other doctors in his area.
While some doctors fight it, Dr. Haque fully embraces technology and appreciates the ease at which information can be accessed in this day and age. He knows that it has helped to improve healthcare and especially loves how it makes keeping up with the clerical side much easier. The main thing that sets Dr. Haque apart from many other medical professionals is the fact that he shows kindness and respect to anyone he meets on a daily basis. While the world is hard and people can be callous, he believes that what most people really need is someone who cares.
Dr. Haque works out of Asheboro, North Carolina as an Internal Medicine Specialist and brings 19 years of medicine and internal medicine experience with him. He started out in 1998 by earning his medical degree from the well-known Santo Domingo University, Universidad Iberoamerican (UNIBE). During the time he received his education he had an idea, and that idea helped to motivate him to continue his studies. His idea, which he still works towards today, is that people from all walks of life and all economic situations should be able to recieve quality healthcare.
Today, Dr. Haque works with Horizon Internal Medicine and treats patients from Ashboro, North Carolina and other nearby areas. Part of what makes the good doctor unique is the fact that he works, closely, with other doctors and physicians for the patients good. While many doctors try to gain notoriety and popularity by making themselves look better, Dr. Haque always places the needs of his patients first. He can diagnose, treat, and offer advice for so many different medical conditions, but he has no problem pointing his patients to another professional if he feels they can offer his patient the treatment they need.