Imran Haque is a medical doctor practicing in the rural North Carolinian cities of Ramser and Asheboro, where he operates his two practice locations of Horizon Internal Medicine. Dr. Imran Haque founded Horizon Internal Medicine just months after he became licensed to practice in the state of North Carolina in 2001, finding enough money to open them from his work ethic and success as a practitioner of internal medicine. Dr. Imran Haque has had a lengthy, successful career despite being relatively young, rooted in his excellence in academic studies.
Although currently taking home in the Tar Heel state, Dr. Imran Haque – at this point, Mr. Imran Haque – started his career in the Caribbean islands, at the Universidad Iberoamericana, the most popular medical school in its area, as there are four schools in total for medicine in those islands. In 1998, Mr. Imran Haque earned a medical doctorate with honors. Almost ready to practice, Imran had to find a spot in a residency program. After much deliberation about where he wanted to attend, Dr. Imran Haque found an open spot at the University of Virginia’s program of internal medicine, working in hospitals in Roanoke and Salem until he finished in 2001. Just after the turn of the millennium, Imran Haque was ready to conquer the field of medicine.
Working in several rural areas throughout Virginia, Mr. Imran Haque knew that he wanted to work in the underserved rural areas of the southeastern United States, to which he found home just directly south of Virginia in North Carolina. Today, he sees well over one thousand patients per year, although he’s always welcoming new patients at his Horizon Internal Medicine locations in Asheboro and Ramseur. This popular doctor offers preventative care, cosmetic treatments, diabetes management, and medical weight loss services as specialties.