Receiving his training at the University of Virginia Internal Medicine Roanoke-Salem Program, and with over 15 years experience, Dr. Imran Haque has built a thriving practice. In offices based in Asheboro and Ramseur, he provides medical care for those cities and the surrounding communities.
In addition to being certified to practice medicine in North Carolina, he is currently enrolled in the maintenance of Certification Program for Internal Medicine. Dr. Haque not only gives routine physical and basic primary care, but he offers a wide range of services. These include Botox, assistance with weight management, laser hair removal, 360 resurfacing, Venus body contouring, dermal fillers, and options for Diabetes treatment.
Dr. Imran Haque’s office can provide patients with both ultrasound and laboratory work on site. Dr. Haque can also give patients referrals to specialists whenever the need arises. A specialist in Internal Medicine, Dr. Haque is associated with Randolph Hospital and Kindred Hospital-Greensboro. He is also affiliated with Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital, Southeastern Regional Medical Center, High Point Regional Hospital, Firsthealth Montgomery Memorial Hospital, and works with other doctors in the Horizon Internal Medicine medical group.
Dr. Imran Haque graduated with honors in 1998 from the Medical School at Univ Iberoamericana in Santa Domingo, and received his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina. He was also a resident at the Carilion Medical Center at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. As an intern he helped patients with allergry disorders, performed Cardiac Catheterization, and Myocardial Perfusion Imaging. Because of his experience in the allergy field, Dr. Haque offers treatment for sleep Apnea, Asthma, and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Because of his extensive training he can work with patients on illnesses of the immunology system, cardiovascular conditions, depression and anxiety issues, and the treatment of problems related to obesity and high cholesterol.