Imran Haque Shares His Thoughts on Bedside Manner

Imran Haque knew he wanted to be the best doctor he could possibly be, so he enrolled in Universidad Iberoamerican (UNIBE) in Santo Domingo. In 1998, he graduated with honors and received his medical degree from the highly respected university. Dr. Haque went on to train at the University of Virginia Internal Medicine Roanoke-Salem Program, and received his license to practice medicine in North Carolina.

Specializing in internal medicine, Imran Haque began practicing medicine in Asheboro, North Carolina. For close to 20 years, Dr. Haque has been perfecting his expertise to deal with a large variety of illnesses and ailments. He works hard to ensure his patients feel safe, cared about, and have access to quality healthcare.

Recently, Dr. Imran Haque was interviewed and spoke about his goal to offer medical services to people in the community which had never been offered before. Listening carefully to what people in the area wanted, he knew that people wanted a compassionate doctor who spent time with patients. Dr. Haque began to structure his practice with input from the community.

The good doctor said, “I show kindness and respect to every single person I encounter every day – regardless of what ‘walk of life’ they come from, what level of education they received, etcetera.”

Growing his practice meant that Imran Haque focused on medicine and The Golden Rule: to treat others as you wish for them to treat you. Word about his appreciated bedside manner spread quickly, and soon the practice was seeing people from all over.

Now Dr. Imran Haque tries to be more like one of his personal heroes, Barack Obama. Like the former President Obama, the doctor remains calm under pressure. Being able to focus on the task at hand while still remaining compassionate and kind is what has made Dr. Haque’s practice so popular.

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