Business, Businessman, Entrepreneur, HEALTH, Surgeon

There are many doctors out there across the country, but few have the ambition that Dr. Mark McKenna has. Mark is a highly-skilled and board-certified medical doctor that has mixed his skill with his talent for business. Dr. Mark McKenna has gained a great deal of recognition from both industries thanks to his success and various contributions to both fields. Mark has said a great deal of his knowledge was built during his education at Tulane University as well as his hands-on experience working at his father’s private medical practice. Mark spent years working with his father building his knowledge of medicine and perfecting his techniques, which has made him a highly sought-after surgeon today. Mark knew medicine wasn’t his only interest at a young age, however, and he knew he could do more with his intellect.

This is why Dr. Mark McKenna started up his own real estate firm while working with his father known as McKenna Venture Investments in New Orleans. Mark’s talent was the real deal, as his first company was a tremendous success, despite the highly demanding careers he was juggling together. Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans in 2005 and Mark, unfortunately, lost much of his first business, but he was able to regain his assets in a relatively short period of time, especially through his contributions helping rebuild the community and investing in properties.

Dr. Mark McKenna is always thinking of new ideas to satisfy his desire to be an entrepreneur. After Mark moved to Atlanta in the wake of Katrina, he started up the aesthetic wellness company known as ShapeMed. This company was so successful that Mark managed to sell it for a bundle of Life Time Fitness. Lately, Mark is focused on OVME. So far OVME operates in Atlanta and Nashville, but Mark plans to expand in the near future. This innovative company is bringing treatments right to clients doors and saving them a trip to the dreaded doctor’s office by ordering products right through their app.

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