North Carolina is home to many things, including Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, two of the best college basketball programs in the entirety of the United States. As a matter of fact, it’s likely most of their teams could beat some professional teams overseas, if not a surprising majority of them. The Tar Heel State is also home to tons of tradition, beautiful mountain ranges, and hometown, Southern cooking.
The state is also home to Imran Haque, one of the top practitioners of internal medicine in the entire Appalachian region. Dr. Imran Haque has practiced in the area his entire career, starting all the way back in 2001, after completing a residency program at the University of Virginia.
Dr. Imran Haque, although his tons and tons of patients know many things about him that he’s shared with them and their families in recent years, isn’t known well by everybody in North Carolina. After all, he’s not a celebrity, although he might as well be in the eyes of his plethora of patients.
Dr. Haque recently allowed a journalist from Idea Mensch to interview him and ask some questions about what he thinks about medicine and recent advancements, how he got to where he is today through being an entrepreneur, things his current self – boasting more than fifteen years of experience in the field of internal medicine – would have told himself when he first started to practice in the beautiful, rural towns in central North Carolina.
The leading internist stated that his favorite football, basketball – actually, every single sport played in Division-I college sports – was North Carolina State University. While the majority of his ideas are respectable and come from a well-rounded, experienced mind of medicine, this sentiment can’t prove true, especially in the Tar Heel state, home to tons of great college teams.
Dr. Imran Haque said that he became great a multitasking over the years as a doctor and entrepreneur, something that has contributed significantly to his success as an internist since he started back in 2001.