February 14, 2018 · Doctors, Surgeon

Society is full of well-rounded individuals. Society is also full of intellectually-gifted individuals. What happens when society takes one person and then gives him/her both of these fine qualities? The answer is fairly simple because you would be rewarded with a guy that’s similar to Dr. Mark McKenna. If you’re not from around New Orleans or Atlanta, then you probably won’t have a clue to who this guy is. Dr. Mark McKenna is a successful doctor and businessman. Most people in certain areas know of McKenna as a medical doctor, while people in other areas have known him to be a businessman. That’s about as simple as anyone can state it.

This extraordinary guy is a Tulane University Medical School graduate. He is fully-licensed in medicine and in surgery. This advanced-certification comes from the Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners and from the Georgia State Board of Medical Examiners. He is one of the most accomplished persons of any field. After completing his medical training at Tulane University, McKenna decided to go straight to work in the medical industry. As a bit of time passed, he decided to venture-off into real estate. McKenna founded and launched a successful boutique type of real estate development firm. McKenna Venture Investments was its name, and it offered some of the best real estate closing services.

Life has been extremely good for this guy as he is a devoted father and husband. His wife, Gianine McKenna, gives the good-doctor the right balance between work and for having a social life. Dr. Mark McKenna is very business-oriented thanks to owning many successful companies, which includes ShapeMed, Universal Mortgage Lending, OVME and Uptown Title Inc. The Louisiana-native will continue to pursue his careers as long as the passion keeps burning, but lets not jump the shark. All in all, Dr. Mark McKenna has created a better life, and he’s creating a better tomorrow.

For details: prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11262449.htm

 

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