Dr.Mark McKenna is a General Practitioner licensed in Surgery and Medicine, but he is also a very prominent and well-known entrepreneur. He is a dedicated community servant and a passionate patient advocate.
Dr. Mark McKenna owns and operates Shape Medical Wellness Center in Atlanta Georgia. Shape Med is a Wellness and Aesthetic based medical practice. It offers the most comprehensive weight loss solutions along with a variety of cutting-edge NSA (Non-Surgical Aesthetic) procedures.
Dr. Mark McKenna also acquired and launched McKenna Venture Investments which is a boutique real estate development firm. He also owns Universal Mortgage Lending & Uptown title Inc.
When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, it devastated New Orleans and destroyed so much. Dr. Mark McKenna lost many of his businesses as well. He actively participated in the rebuilding of New Orleans through the redevelopment of low-moderate income housing. He used his connections and his businesses to assist in the rebuild. He was hands-on through the process and he made sure that the people of New Orleans were taken care of. He knew that they could not afford much so he offered them what they could afford.
Dr.Mark McKenna is constantly on the go. He has the best attitude towards life and people. However, he feels that healthcare or at least the field of aesthetics is in need of reinventing. He feels that there are many opportunities to disrupt the industry and will continue to seek a technology-enabled elective healthcare. Dr. Mark McKenna has done just that with the onset of OVME a consumer-facing, technology-enabled, medical aesthetics company.
Dr. Mark McKenna has always remained humble. He feels he has never had a bad job. He feels that if he was had to do things differently he would have gone slower because he feels speed without direction is useless. He meditates every day and feels that this is a recipe for success. You need to set goals and practice visualization. The one habit he has that makes him more productive is that he is a voracious reader. He suggests you read Think &Grow Rich.