Dr. Mark McKenna; Experienced Doctor and Entrepreneur

Dr. Mark McKenna; Experienced Doctor and Entrepreneur

Dr. Mark Mckenna began his entrepreneurial journey while still in Tulane medical school. Even after graduating in 1999 he continued with his passion for business. The business suffered massive loss after Hurricane Katrina destroyed his entire venture. He decided to wind up the company and joined his father in New Orleans, Louisiana to practice medicine.

Due to his entrepreneurial nature, however, he left Louisiana in 2007 for Atlanta Georgia to start ShapeMed Company. The company was concentrating in wellness and aesthetics, laser hair removal services, diet and advice on weight loss. Dr. Mark Mckenna sold ShapeMed to private investors in 2015. He became an employee in his former company after he sold it. In 2016 he decided he had enough and quit to form yet another company OMVE.

Dr. Mark Mckenna formed OMVE in which was opened on March 1st, 2018 in Buckhead. This company focuses on technology-driven approach in the medical field. Basically, Dr. Mark Mckenna wants to provide medical care to Atlanta residents. The doctor promises to give his patients less invasive surgeries at OMVE. Throughout his career, he has gained popularity in aesthetics and thereby winning the trust of his patients. With his new company, he is sure to win a lot more and even progresses further.

In an interview recently conducted Dr. Mark Mckenna highlighted that OMVE will involve high-end technology to improve the delivery of services. Additionally, during their free time, doctors can log in to the OMVE App and find a patient or hospital where his/her services are needed. It will work effectively mimicking Uber and Airbnb modes of operations.

According to the doctor, products at OMVE will also retail online via the App for those shoppers who don’t have time to come to their offices. The company will also operate on membership subscriptions. Customers who will register on their website will get products at discounted rates and even get treatments free of charge.

Apart from treatment, the company will also concentrate on charitable initiatives. Part of their corporate social responsibility will be giving a portion of their sales to NGOs such as Make-a-Wish foundation to help children with terminal diseases. By doing so, the company will ease the burden of medical bills and make an impact in the community.

https://patch.com/georgia/atlanta/atlanta-gets-ready-welcome-dr-mark-mckennas-ovme-buckhead

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