Imran Haque is a licensed, practicing internist – doctors who practice internal medicine – that is based in the Southeastern state of North Ramseur and Asheboro, North Carolina, at his self-owned practices, both sharing the name of Horizon Internal Medicine. Mr. Haque also works at two hospitals in this area of the Tar Heel state, Kindred Hospital in Greensboro and Randolph Hospital in Asheboro.
Dr. Imran Haque, MD – short for Medical Doctor, the most prestigious title a healthcare professional can retain – graduated from the Universidad Iberoamericana, or the UNIBE, a Caribbean island-based medical school, in 1998. As soon as Dr. Imran Haque was done with that program, he emigrated to the United States, specifically the Southeastern portion, realizing it was one of the most underprivileged areas in the United States. As such, he went to the University of Virginia in hopes of completing his residency. Within his first few days there, he realized he wanted to work in internal medicine, similar to family medicine in that he sees all ages and types of patients, with each and every case outside of medicine refills equivalent to a detective’s crime scene, in which he must figure out what patients’ problems are.
Imran Haque finished the residential stay three years after his initiation, immediately moving to North Carolina to serve the many rural areas there. As many people are overweight in the Southeast, one of his main focuses in diabetes management. His team of diabetes experts plans out custom treatment plans for each and every patient, helping them best meet their goals.
Another one of Dr. Imran Haque’s focuses is minimally-invasive surgery, which could very well be aided with robotic assistance. Although his self-owned practices, Horizon Internal Medicine, don’t currently feature any robots in surgery, Imran Haque is unarguably an advocate of their potential and plans to purchase some in coming years.
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