Imran Haque is one of the leading practicing internists in the central region of North Carolina, though he particularly practices in Asheboro and Ramseur, holding slightly more than 25,000 and 5,000 inhabitants, respectively. In both of those cities, Dr. Haque owns and operates Horizon Internal Medicine, family practice clinics that he also works at. However, because he splits his time each and every working week between seven clinics and hospitals, he often doesn’t have time to work at each Horizon Internal Medicine location each and every day.
Dr. Haque works at the following five hospitals, in addition to Horizon Internal Medicine in Ramseur and Asheboro:
- Lexington Memorial Hospital
- First Health Montgomery Memorial Hospital
- Southeastern Regional Medical Center
- Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital
- Randolph Hospital
All of these locations are found near or inside Asheboro, the city that Dr. Imran Haque resides in with his family.
Just a few weeks ago, earlier this October of 2017, Dr. Imran Haque was part of an interview that covered some of his business practices, a few things he owes to his success, and more, most of which even his closest patients didn’t know – and Dr. Haque has a ton of patients.
Dr. Imran Haque has noted that medical doctors need to have a good balance of generosity to mankind and taking people’s words with a grain of salt. Doing so can help prevent people taking advantage of doctors, as it’s happened to every doctor on the planet at least once.
The popular doctor feels that it is highly important to treat all people the same in practice, whether they are similar to the practitioner, wildly different, or somewhere in between. This sentiment holds true even if patients are rude, short, and disgruntled because they are not feeling well.
Being able to do multiple tasks at once has helped Dr. Haque in his entrepreneurial and medical endeavors time and time again. It’s difficult to keep up with the many demands of patients, coworkers, and other things in the medical field, so multitasking is key, per Haque himself.