Imran Haque is an exceptionally caring doctor specializing in internal medicine. His medical services are excellent since he is an expert with a license to private practice. He has a degree in medicine from the of Universidad Iberoamericana situated at Santo Domingo. Imran also has an M.D which he obtained at the University of Virginia.
Haque bases his practice in Asheboro where he provides medical services for those residing there and the surrounding areas. His services are numerous, for example, diabetes management, physical examinations, contouring of Venus body, 360 resurfacing, services of weight management among others.
Imran Haque has done this work for a decade and a half.
In an interview, Imran Haque talks about himself and his sphere of specialization. He says that his idea for the business that he runs came from the inspiration that the people needed services unavailable locally. Haque intended to revive the principle perishing in the medical community which he calls ‘’good bedside manner’’. He is one committed person by his hard work, being diligent, does a lot of research, and he is financially supportive enabling productivity in all aspects. His consistent, unique skill of multitasking has contributed significantly to his entrepreneurship.
He claims that medicine has been massively improved by the incorporation of technology in Health Care. The processes of health care such as data entry and coordination of care have gotten enhanced by the new way of centralization of information.
Imran Haque has a notion that he believes in that people ought not to harden their hearts to humankind, but one should also not let others take advantage of their empathy or generosity. He says he would want everyone to daily express kindness and respect to everyone, just like the way he does. His golden rule that has helped him in business is about treating others just as the way you’d wish them to. It has helped him especially in building compassionate interpersonal relationships with others in his profession. It has also set a firm foundation for his networking and in connections. Imran had once ventured into sock and textile enterprise and he, unfortunately, didn’t manage to safeguard it, but he later learns to stick to his medical domain.