Imran Haque is a well-known doctor who has gotten plenty done during his career. He offers his services to all of North Carolina but especially at his offices in Asheboro and Ramseur. His dedication to internal medicine has made him one of the best medical professionals in his area, and all of his patients know that if he can’t offer the best service in a particular area, he will refer them to a specialist who can. This is only part of what makes Dr. Haque so special, because many patients know him best because of his wonderful bedside manner.
At Horizon Internal Medicine, Imran Haque works with other physicians as well as a spread of insurance carriers to ensure that his patients get the best care. The practice focuses mainly on internal medicine and family medicine and has been running for 19 years. Many of the patients that go there claim it is the best internal medicine practice they have been able to find in the entire United States. Many ailments are treated there including, Calculus of the Urinary System, Abdominal Hernia, Menopausal and Postmenopausal Disorders, Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI), Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and more.
The idea for Horizon Internal Medicine came from the inspiration that Imran Haque took with him from a time when he was younger. Before he started his own business, he worked for another internal medicine practice that wasn’t offering everything he knew he could. Since his patients had raved about the care they got from him, he figured he could go into a practice of his own and offer services that other internal medicine offices were not offering. The largest part of his success in his own practice comes from the way that he treats all of his patients. To Dr. Haque, his patients are family members, and he shows them all of the respect and love that he would to his own family.
Imran Haque earned a medical degree while attending Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE) in Santo Domingo. He also received an M.D during his studies at the University of Virginia. He has always valued education and hopes to continue to learn as much as he can about internal medicine.