Imran Haque is a medical doctor that serves rural North Carolina, specifically the areas of Asheboro and Ramseur. He’s also affiliated with several hospitals in the area, such as Randolph Hospital of North Carolina. Dr. Imran Haque spreads his time around his two practices, Horizon Internal Medicine, and the hospitals he has staff privileges at, among the days of each and every week. Imran Haque practices internal medicine, allowing him to stay close to families that have trusted him throughout the years. Although he often keeps patients within his own care, he sometimes shoots employees to specialists that can better solve their problems, although Dr. Imran Haque has a thorough grasp on medicine and its many applications.
Mr. Imran Haque first went to college in the United States of America in 1990, earning a bachelor’s degree prior to enrolling in a Caribbean medical school. Tens of miles off the coast of Florida, UNIBE – Universidad Iberoamerican – is the most prestigious and reputable such program in the Caribbean islands, topping the other three popular competitors. Imran Haque, at this point before he became a doctor, enrolled in UNIBE in 1994.
He emerged as Dr. Imran Haque in 1998, smashing the program with highest honors. Although some people from Caribbean medical school have trouble finding residencies, Dr. Imran Haque quickly found one at the University of Virginia, where he studied practical application of internal medicine for three years. Finishing the Roanoke-Salem program in three years, the minimum it takes to become a licensed practitioner, Dr. Imran Haque moved to North Carolina to open up practice. He wanted to live in a rural area in the Tar Heel state because his experience in small towns in Virginia made him realize that small, rural areas were often less privileged when it comes to healthcare.