Dr. Imran Haque is a doctor who started his own practice, called Horizon Internal Medicine. He has fifteen years of experience with treating patients. Before starting his own practice, he served patients in practices that were owned by hospitals.

When asked what was one strategy that helped him grow his business, Dr. Imran Haque replied that it is to follow the golden rule, which is to treat others the way you would want them to treat you. This helps you build relationships with people and business associates, it helps spread good word of mouth about you, and it helps you start and build a strong network of business associates and other professionals in your field.

When asked what was one failure he had as an entrepreneur and how he overcame it, Dr. Imran Haque replied that the failure was expanding his sock and textile business before he was ready. He did not yet have the proper safeguards and precautions in place, and he was also building up his private medical practice at the same time. As for how he overcame it, it was by sticking to what he knew best, which was medicine.

When asked what was one book that he recommends that people read, he said that it is The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen R. Covey. When asked who has influenced his thinking, he replied that it is Barack Obama and how he handled pressure and stayed calm.

Dr. Imran Haque is known for his personalized patient care. He will start getting to know you from the very first consultation. You will form a relationship that is based on trust and communication. He will discuss your lifestyle, your habits, your medical history, your goals, and a lot of other stuff so that he can treat you properly.

Dr. Imran Haque is fully licensed and trained, as well as board certified. He has a team of experienced doctors who make sure that you are getting the high quality care that you deserve. All concerns that patients have are addressed in a very speedy and timely matter.


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