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Dr. Mark McKenna’s Innovative Ideas that Became Successful

Visualization and meditation are empowering tools for boosting self-awareness and consciousness. They are also a healthy way of introducing a positive energy into the body, spirit, and mind; thus, expanding the capacity for creativity. This is how Dr. Mark McKenna licensed medical doctor in medicine and surgery, has used to bring productive ideas to life. By combining active goal setting and mediation, Dr. McKenna has successfully founded and led medical companies. He is the founder and Chief Executive officer of OVME; a technology-enabled and consumer-focused medical aesthetic firm seeking to reinvent elective healthcare.

Dr. McKenna has been featured as a guest in the CBS television show; Doctorpreneur that underscores the entrepreneurial spirit in the healthcare and medical communities. He was joined by other respected medical practitioners including Dr. Christopher Reeves; MD, Chief Financial Officer of Concorida Anesthesiology Inc. and Dr. Stanford Plavin; MD, President of Georgia Mobile Anesthesiologist that offers mobile, first class services in non-hospital platforms. During the show, Dr. McKenna discussed more about his practice at ShapeMed; an Atlanta-based aesthetics and wellness practice that was in the process of launching an innovative physician-partner that serves the whole country as a franchise model. The practice was later sold to Life Time Fitness Inc.

Before launching ShapeMed, Dr. McKenna started a real estate business immediately after graduating from Tulane Medical School in 1999. His goal was to make extra money to supplement what he was earning from his medical practice. Unfortunately, he lost property worth millions of dollars when Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005. Unmoved by the loss, he rebuilt the real estate company but later dissolved it and moved to Atlanta. While practicing through ShapeMed, Dr. McKenna offered cosmetic treatments like laser hair removal, Botox injection, weight counseling, and nutrition. As a result, he was able to make annual revenue of $4 million and the company’s EBITDA margin was 20 percent.

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