Tiny, resource-deficient, rural areas are often underserved when it comes to healthcare, as many practitioners don’t like to sacrifice money they could make by working in these economically disadvantaged places. However, Dr. Imran Haque is of the minority of doctors who enjoy working in rural areas, himself moving to the Tar Heel state in 2001.
Imran Haque is licensed and accredited, as are his two medical facilities that he owns and operates. Horizon Internal Medicine in Asheboro and Ramseur are these two medical practices, staffed with full lines of medical professionals to serve patients on days that Imran Haque isn’t present, as he often works in hospitals, such as Randolph Hospital, bouncing around various facilities to serve the wide-ranging needs of residents of rural North Carolina.
Dr. Imran Haque went to medical school in the Caribbean at an institution titled Universidad Iberoamericana, often abbreviated to UNIBE. He graduated from this prestigious program in 1998, taking away a degree with honors and loads of information that he’d soon apply in his career as a practitioner. Haque then went to the University of Virginia’s Internal Medicine program at Roanoke and Salem, where he would split most of his training between. While at the University of Virginia, Imran Haque knew that he wanted to work in rural areas as soon as he completed the residential program, as he truly understood those areas didn’t have enough quality doctors once he worked in them for a few years.
Imran Haque has passed state exams for maintaining his internal medicine license each and every year since 2001, a feat in itself, let alone making the thousands of people he’s served satisfied with their experiences. Dr. Imran Haque is often reviewed positively by his one-time and lifelong patients, with tons of reviews available for review on multiple websites.