Dr. Mark McKenna a former student of Tulane Medical School is a certified medical doctor who decided to venture in business. He established a business known as OVME in Atlanta where he moved into from New Orleans after his business was wiped out by Hurricane Katrina. First, he founded a company known as ShapeMed that specialized in elective procedures in aesthetics and wellness, which was later sold to Fitness Company. OVME is aimed at providing reconstructive surgery that will build up the confidence and self-esteem of the people. This will be achieved through aesthetics in medicine and using technology known as cutting-edge. The OVME consists of a private consultation office and private rooms furnished luxuriously where the procedures will be administered.
Dr. Mark McKenna had established good relationship with his former clients and therefore it will not be hard for OVME to acquire clients. The minimal invasive procedures will likely be able to limit the danger associated with the reconstructive surgery. Over the years, Dr. Mark McKenna has earned a reputation of having highly trained staff members working in his health cares, thus ensuring professionalism and understanding of the clients’ needs. Among the services rendered by OVME include body services such as replacing testosterone to reduce male baldness, analyzing the DNA of a person to determine a good method of losing weight, injections for facial and skin services that make them look young and additionally, keeping lips look full by use of dermal fillers.
Furthermore, Dr. Mark McKenna is a philanthropist who is ready to help his community affected by the hurricane to acquire what they lost by rebuilding low income houses and middle income houses making them affordable to the community. Moreover, he has partnered with non-profit organizations such as Make-a-Wish Foundation, where some of the income from the sale of OVME products will be used to help children with long term illnesses to get medication therefore easing their families’ finances and in the process granting these children their needs.