North Carolina, just as a large portion of most land area in the southeastern section of the United States of America is, is home to countless rural areas, particularly in the central section of the Tar Heel state. Asheboro and Ramseur are two small areas in central North Carolina, the largest of which had no more than 26,000 residents in recent years’ census counts, are surrounded by rural areas much smaller than either of these two towns. Unfortunately for people who settle in rural areas across the United States – much like the entire world – it’s less likely that rural residents receive adequate health care than do people in larger areas.
Dr. Imran Haque is a leading medical doctor practicing internal medicine in this area, hailing from a reputable Caribbean medical school and the University of Virginia’s residency program. Tons of patients know Dr. Imran Haque as one of the area’s top doctors, having seen many families consistently over the past 16 years of operation.
Universidad Iberoamericana is a medical school directly below the United States of America’s southeastern quadrant, where Imran Haque attended from 1994 to 1998. Graduating with honors as a medical doctor, he quickly found a position at the University of Virginia’s Internal Medicine Program, where he’d spend the next three years shadowing experienced supervising doctors and take on less difficult cases on his own.
In 2001, Imran Haque finally earned licensure to practice as an internist within the United States of America, having completed the three-year requirement to work as a family medicine or internal medicine practitioner.
Horizon Internal Medicine was created by Imran Haque just a few months after beginning work throughout hospitals in 2001. Today, the central North Carolina towns of Asheboro and Ramseur are home to Horizon Internal Medicine, where Imran Haque bounces back and forth throughout the workweek.
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