Dr. Mark McKenna is a board-certified medical doctor residing in Atlanta today. Although Mark is a doctor, he is much more focused on the business side of things. Over the years, Mark has created many successful businesses, starting back when he was in medical school. Dr. Mark McKenna was eager to join the medical practice due to the level of complexity and the challenge it brought him, plus his father was a medical practitioner too. Because of this, Mark knew the kind of money he could make from being a doctor, but he wanted much more than that. This is why he started a real estate company in his hometown of New Orleans while he was working in his father’s practice.
Unfortunately for Dr. Mark McKenna, hurricane Katrina struck in 2005 and devasted his company, causing him to lose millions of dollars overnight. This was a big blow, and many businessmen would have given up at the point, but not Dr. Mark McKenna. He stayed in New Orleans and worked to rebuild homes and sell them for a profit. He did this for a while before moving on to Atlanta with his wife and daughter. In Atlanta, he started up the company ShapeMed, a medical-aesthetic company that worked with clients to live healthy lifestyles. This company did great for years and even joined up with Life Time Fitness. After a couple major corporations acquired the company, Mark moved on to start up his latest idea in business, OVME.
OVME currently has a brick and mortar location in Atlanta and Nashville, supplying customers throughout the surrounding areas with various medical products and services that they would normally get at a doctors office. This company targets a specific niche and doesn’t have the much competition on a global scale, though there are local company’s that provide similar services. OVME, pronounced “of me”, focuses on bringing customers the highest quality medical treatments straight to their house. Customers can search for any products they desire through OVME’s own app, which also provides support for real doctors to answers any customer questions.