Imagine arranging an Cosmetic Medical Appointment like Botox on your phone, just like calling an Uber. That is what Dr. Mark McKenna and his team at OVME are looking to accomplish. Currently starting with one location in Buckhead area of Atlanta, GA. Dr. McKenna’s vision is to expand OVME into a National Chain of Cosmetic Medical Offices that utilizes its App for express service.
Originally for New Orleans and a Graduate of Tulane Medical School, Dr. Mark McKenna relocated to Atlanta, Ga and opened ShapeMed. A Small chain of Offices that offered various cosmetic treatments like Botox injections, laser hair removal, nutrition, and weight counseling. ShapeMed was bought by Lifetime Fitness in 2015 and Dr. McKenna was brought on as the as the Medical Director for Atlanta. He would leave a year later as Lifetime Fitness was bought out by Private Equity.
After leaving Lifetime Fitness, Dr. Mark McKenna decided to return to an idea that was ShapeMed. He is not just looking at recreating that business, but taking it to the next level. Dr. McKenna has always embraced the idea that Technology can help reinvent Elective Healthcare. The team at OMVE wants to find better ways to serve their clients by deconstructing the clients journey in the Medical Aesthetic arena.
One of the Goals of OVME is for their clients to realize their true selves by offering products and services that deliver precise results. Their Recently opened 1,500 Square foot Space will provide the assurance to their clients that the treatments will be just not be done in private, but also in luxury. Dr. Mark McKenna wants to provide both a personal and customizable experience. This will not just be at their Main Office, but by Utilizing the OMVE App to connect their customers with freelance practitioners who will make house calls on demand. Giving their customers flexibility similar to that over the Ride-Share Industry.
Actions leading to the betterment of society are both commendable and recommendable. Jorge Moll strives to serve the community and embraces himself as among the noble individuals in the field of health through instituting developments to aid the less fortunate in the society. Jorge Moll is the president of the D’Or Institute for Research and Education Program, which put significant emphasis on neuroscience. He has pioneered the efforts to introduce neuroscience knowledge and its other facets to the world being among the first individuals to bring about a connection between volunteering and health matters.
As innovative as he is, Jorge Moll has a keen interest and active concern in the area of management in health. He boasts of a wide array of management and leadership skills, which has earned him both national and global recognition. As a man of the people, Moll conducts various public lectures to educate people of the dynamics emanating from health and innovation. He is an excellent advocate for the utilization of nouveau technology in hospitals to solve complex health issues. Notably, Jorge highlights the full range of national environments as well as their influence on the critical hospital management skill set.
In the Brazilian health industry, Jorge Moll is a big name, as he owns the largest group of hospitals, D’Or Sao Luiz. Under his management, the enterprise has grown to be among the most prominent groups of hospitals in the nation. Since 1997, as a small, single imaging laboratory, the group of hospitals has experienced remarkable success regarding additions to the services offered in their various branches throughout Brazil. As the chair of the group of hospitals, the firm has remarkably grown to own over 35 active branches with a capacity of more than 5000 beds in Brazil (Facebook).
Jorge Moll is an alumnus of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Medical School where he studied Neurology and graduated in 1997. After that, he proceeded to Faculty of Medicine of the University of Sao Paulo for his Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology (http://www.diasdacruz.org.br/tag/dr-jorge-moll-neto/). With a tremendous entrepreneurial spirit, Jorge Moll achieved instant success through his idea of an imaging laboratory. From 2004 to 2007, Jorge Moll served at USA’s National Institute of Health based in Bethesda as a post-doctoral research fellow.