Central North Carolina, home of virtually nothing except rural cities and the occasional major city, is home to Horizon Internal Medicine, Randolph Hospital, and those two establishments’ most well-known employee – Dr. Imran Haque. He’s worked at Randolph Hospital for some years, in addition to other hospitals, and founded Horizon Internal Medicine on his own in the early 2000s, just after the turn of the millennium.
Dr. Imran Haque is touted highly by his patients, with virtually innumerable positive reviews on the Internet. He possesses in excess of fifteen years of professional experience in medicine, having passed North Carolina state boards’ internal medicine examinations year after year since his initial year of practice in 2001.
Imran Haque, before he was a doctor, went to Universidad Iberoamericana, a medical college in the Caribbean islands. Four years after his tenure at the college began in 1994, he completed his medical doctorate degree with honors, in 1998. Afterwards, he found an open spot at the Internal Medicine Program at Roanoke-Salem, hosted by the University of Virginia. In 2001, he completed the standard three years’ tenure to become a licensed practitioner of internal medicine, where he was also stationed in several rural areas. Throughout these no-name towns in Virginia is where Imran Haque found out that he’d rather serve rural areas and make less money than working in a large hospital in a metropolitan area, where it’s virtually impossible to get to know patients over long periods of time.
Horizon Internal Medicine, founded and currently operated solely by Dr. Imran Haque, is home to tens of procedures, the most of which constitute cosmetic procedures. Laser contouring is one of his patients’ favorites, getting rid of wrinkles and unsightly hairs to boost their appearance, subsequently their self-confidence, as well. Imran Haque will remain in Asheboro, Ramseur, and surrounding towns for years to come and more