Imran Haque is a doctor that works at Randolph Hospital, Asheboro’s Horizon Internal Medicine, Ramseur’s Horizon Internal Medicine, and several other hospitals, all located in rural North Carolina. Dr. Imran Haque began his career in North Carolina as an internist, of which he still practices primarily today, in 2001, just weeks after he got done with a residential tenure lasting three years at the University of Virginia’s Roanoke-Salem Internal Medicine Program.

Dr. Imran Haque is known well in these communities, as well are his two Horizon Internal Medicine facilities. Mr. Haque has given advice, prescriptions, and administered medicine to more than one thousand unique patients throughout his sixteen years of service in these poverty-stricken North Carolinian neighborhoods.

This expert doctor went to UNIBE, or Universidad Iberoamericana, from 1994 to 1998, the year that he earned his medical doctorate with honors, first granting him the title of Dr. He didn’t settle for a DO degree, instead knocking out a Medical Doctorate (MD), soon after working towards a residential stay for internal medicine. He completed three years at the University of Virginia to earn the right to work as an independent internal medicine practitioner, a field where he’s privy to seeing families over long periods, getting to know individuals and their family members, something that Imran Haque finds exceptionally rewarding.

Imran Haque has earned a literal ton of positive reviews of the years he’s served Ramseur, Asheboro, and surrounding areas, all of which are available for viewing on the Internet. He specializes in cosmetic procedures, such as Botox and dermal fillers.

Botox is applied once every six months, is affordable, and is an outpatient procedure that grants patients the ability to drive home after injection. Dermal fillers, with hyaluronic acid, are similar, except they last longer. He also provides diabetes management services, as well.