Dr. S. Mark McKenna has cut a niche in both the medical and entrepreneurship. He holds a license in Surgery and Medicine from the Georgia and Florida State Board of Medical Examiners. Good service to patients has always been his drive, which has seen him become renowned in the field across the country. He received his medical training at the Tulane University Medical School that laid him a good foundation to launch his career.
He embraced entrepreneurship immediately after graduating from the university. His first venture was a real estate development enterprise, McKenna Venture Investments based in New Orleans. He continued growing his business and expanded his interests to finance by launching Uptown Title Inc. and Universal Mortgage Lending. He was at the time practicing medicine alongside his father. He recorded losses after the Hurricane Katrina in 2005 prompting him to move to Atlanta 2 years later. After the move, he immersed fully into medical career launching an aesthetic medical practice, ShapeMed. He grew the practice to command a top place in the medical sector in the United States. Seven years into the business, Life Time Fitness acquired it and gave him a post to serve as the firm’s National Director.
Over the years and as he grew his experience in the aesthetic medical field, he spotted improvements that the sector needed. He sought to fill the gap by launching an aesthetic medicine practice, OVME in July this year. The practice is equipped with modern technology ready to revolutionize the experience of elective healthcare.
He has risen to the top in his career by being focused on his goals. He believes in setting goals to achieve his visions and normally meditates on them which aids in realizing them. He has learned to reinvent himself by surrounding himself with people of great mind who are smarter than him. To know more about him click here.
About Dr. Mark McKenna
Besides growing his career, he has been a member of the board of the New Orleans Industrial Development Board as well as the New Orleans Jazz Festival. He also serves at the Entrepreneurs Organization as a member.
He is a committed community serviceman. After the Hurricane Katrina, he was actively involved in rebuilding low-income houses for the victims.