The Background of Imran Haque and a Recent, Revealing Interview

Many people desire careers holding heavy prestige – doctors, investment bankers, engineers – but lack the drive and perseverance to make it that far. Some incur health issues, have family members die, among a slew of other legitimate reasons why most people don’t climb to the most prestigious, difficult jobs in our modern world.

Imran Haque is a medical doctor practicing in the United States that spent eight years in undergraduate and medical school, then used three additional years of his early life in a residential program in the Southeast to earn licensure to practice internal medicine.

Dr. Haque graduated from the Dominican medical school Universidad Iberoamericana in 1998 with honors. He then moved to the University of Virginia to pursue a residency in internal medicine. While serving the rural areas of hilly Virginia, Haque found his love for treating patients hailing from rural regions, often lacking enough resources to seek out medical care when experiencing both acute and chronic health conditions.

Seen as an outstanding physician by virtually every patient he’s tended to, Dr. Haque is quite popular throughout rural, central North Carolina, where he both practices medicine and resides. Haque underwent an interview during the first week of October, just over two weeks ago. Here are some paraphrases of some notable quotes Dr. Haque said throughout the interview, conducted by website IdeaMensch.

Horizon Internal Medicine was founded by Dr. Haque just months after he began practicing at a hospital in the Tar Heel state in 2001. He reported he got the idea for Horizon Internal Medicine during medical school and residency, when he realized many American citizens aren’t privileged to health care most of them so desperately need.

Haque shared how he became successful in Asheboro, Ramseur, and surrounding areas as a physician – “[it] requires hard work, diligence, thorough research, and financial means.” Not to say that if everyone tried hard enough, all 7 billion inhabitants of planet earth would be licensed physicians – it’s one of many ingredients to baking up success.

Dr. Haque also said he looked up to Barack Obama for his “calm demeanor” during times of crisis.

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Meet Dr. Jennifer Walden, Surgeon, Author and Mother.

A native Texan, Dr. Jennifer Walden established deep roots in Texas where she began her medical career. Dr. Walden attended the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. Moving on to complete an aesthetic surgery fellowship at the prestigious Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital in New York. Leaving Texas to study in New York, she went on to build a very successful practice in New York City.

Dr. Jennifer Walden later returned to Texas and family setting out to establish a practice to meet the surgical needs of a new group of patients. An effort in which she was very successful. In 2011, she co-authored a text book on plastic surgery. Her arduous work and dedication to her field has afforded her numerous opportunities.

She is a member of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery which is a very elite group of cosmetic surgeons. She is a member of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons. She has also been a featured commentator on several major news networks and Jennifer’s lacrosse camp.

As a female surgeon specializing in cosmetic surgery, Dr. Walden can easily empathize with her female patients. Having given birth to twins she has experienced many of the same body changes as her patients and can fully understand their dilemmas. Many female patients are put at ease when communicating with a female doctor who can relate to them directly. Dr. Walden’s goal is for all her patients to make educated choices that reflect their personal best interest, producing natural looking results and satisfied clients and learn more about Jennifer.

Other Reference: http://www.austinmdmagazine.com/an-austin-girl-comes-home-dr-jennifer-l-walden/