Irmina Sultana Haq MD MPH is a family medicine physician, activist, and artist. She is originally from Seattle and studied political science and biology at the University of Washington. She attended Jefferson Medical College, and during medical school she was Founding Chair of FUNCTIONAL (Free Universal Care in Our Nation), a universal health care advocacy organization. She completed a year of General Surgery at North Shore- LIJ in New York prior to switching gears and joining Family Medicine. Her decision was switch was driven by a need to integrate a social justice mission with the practice of medicine.

Dr. Haq passionately believes that health care is a universal human right and this drives much of her work. She also completed a MPH with a concentration in health policy, in particular the Affordable Care Act while at USC. Dr. Haq completed her residency training in family medicine at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, a safety net county hospital in Los Angeles. During residency, she served as an elected Delegate in CIR (Committee of Interns and Residents, the resident union).

Dr. Haq now is a full-time clinician at the Children's Clinic, a federally qualified health center in Long Beach. Most of her patients come from low-income and underprivileged backgrounds, and she has continued to pursue her interest in health policy on a local level.