Imran Haque first attended the Caribbean Islands-based medical school Universidad Iberoamerican (UNIBE), unarguably the best school of its kind outside of the mainland belonging to the United States of America. After graduating with highest honors with an MD, or medical doctorate, in 1998, now-doctor Imran Haque found an open spot at the University of Virginia’s residency program, something that’s difficult to obtain for someone who didn’t attend medical school in the United States, an accomplishment in itself for Imran Haque outside of graduation or completion.
Knowing from midway through his first semester at medical school in the Caribbean, Dr. Imran Haque wanted to treat everyday problems in individuals and their families, making him a perfect fit for the practice of internal medicine.
In 2001, he completed the internal medicine residential program at the Roanoke–SalemInstitute of the University of Virginia. Soon after, he began seeking to help the underprivileged, low-income, largely undereducated cities of rural North Carolina. Today, he sees more than 400 patients a week across his two, self-owned Horizon Internal Medicine locations in Ramseur and Asheboro.
Imran Haque often engages in diabetes management, consisting of injections administered on Horizon Medical Center’s sites, exercise plans tailored to individual patients, and a combination of take-home medicines with rough – or strict, depending on what patients wish to integrate and later fully employ everything doctors prescribe to patients – to reduce A1C levels over the long haul and> the interim, then maintaining them for the entirety of patients’ stays with Dr. Imran Haque.
Robotic guided surgery may seem like something of the future; however, it’s very real, and steadily growing more affordable, and thus more popular in the medical field. Dr. Imran Haque does not have any robotic surgical assistants at his two Horizon Internal Medicine facilities is likely candidates to receive them in the near future for his many cosmetic surgeries.