Healthcare professionals often fail to make an impact with their ventures considering they do not have exposure or talent to shine in the business world. Contrary to those conceptions, Dr. Mark McKenna a leading physician and medical entrepreneur from New Orleans, proved that both the can be managed if people are gifted and hardworking enough. He is a licensed surgeon as well as an MBA graduate. While starting medical practice along with his father, Mark also launched a boutique real estate firm named McKenna Venture Investments.
Within few years, it could acquire he acquired Uptown Title, Inc and Universal Mortgage Lending and started varied real estate finance services. The Hurricane Katrina shattered his dreams in 2005, however, McKenna actively participated in the rebuilding efforts of the city by offering medium and low-income housing.
In 2017, he founded OVME, a medical aesthetic firm focusing on technology to reinvent elective healthcare. Currently, Mark leads the company as its Chief Executive Officer. He says that while working more than a decade in the medical aesthetic industry, Mark got some insights about it and found there are many untapped opportunities in the industry. This is where McKenna founded OVME. McKenna says he loves to visualize things, and that helps him to get better ideas and insights which he can implement in the business for its success.
Dr. McKenna is also the founder of Shape Medical Wellness Center, a leading non-surgical aesthetic clinic in Atlanta that goes for weight loss solutions. He made sure that the hospital offers affordable weight loss solutions under the guidance of expert and qualified physicians, staff, nutritionists, and dieticians. Under the guidance of Mark, the clinic provides individualized treatment solutions as the body conditions and the needs of any two people are different.
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Dr. McKenna completed his medical graduation from the University School of Medicine Tulane before starting his practice. He was featured in the Doctorpreneur program of CBS in 2013 considering his success in both the world of surgery and entrepreneurship.