Imran Haque Encourages Doctors To Humanize The Way They Practice Medicine

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Imran Haque is the kind of medical doctor that most patients dream of having. He cares, holds himself to the highest of ethical standards, and treats all of his patients just like he would his own family members. He specializes in internal medicine and is fully licensed as a medical expert. He received a medical degree in Santo Domingo while studying at the Universidad Iberoamericana and also earned an M.D while attending the University of Virginia. He has more than 15 years of experience with treating different illnesses and performing medical examinations and is the kind of doctor who is humble enough to recommend any patient to a specialist if he thinks they can give them what they need more than he can. This last quality, alone, would make any doctor a popular choice for patients seeking the best care.

Imran Haque says that he is impressed and has been inspired by, former president, Barack Obama and his ability to remain calm in the face of pressure. When asked about one book he might recommend that people should read, he pointed to a title named “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen R. Covey.” He believes that the best strategy he has applied to be successful in business is that he has simply followed the Golden Rule, which states that you should treat others as you want them to treat you.

Imran Haque feels that his ability to multi-task has been a habit that has made him a much more productive entrepreneur. He is also excited about the way that healthcare and technology are blending together, more and more, to create something truly remarkable. By being able to access and organize data in such an easy way, he is freed up to focus on his patients and their needs more. Imran Haque brings ideas into existence through hard work, deep research, and dedication, and he believes that being organized is crucial to all of these steps. He hopes that more doctors will begin to adapt a more human approach to treating and dealing with their patients, because he knows that this is exactly what the world needs.