Jennifer Walden, MD, LCC is a unique force. She is a nationally recognized plastic surgeon, while that may not sound out of the ordinary, the fact that she is a woman in such a highly male dominated field, and her immense success, make her a force to be reckoned with.
Walden is the founder of MedSpa Walden Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center located in Texas. She offers he clients augmentation on the breast, face. genitals and more, including improvements on previous work that was one. Her approach is special, she works with the client in a partner based relationship which allows the client to help them achieve the look they have in mind for themselves. Walden is a firm believer that her unique approach to her patients empowers them and validates them when it comes to the idea of plastic surgery. Walden has also taken a special approach in her company itself. It includes a staff of sixteen women, an all female team.
Walden received her undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Texas then went on to earn her MD from University of Texas Medical Branch, though she was originally waitlisted there she graduated as the salutatorian. After her residency, she earned a fellowship at the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Following her fellowship she spent another seven years working on the Upper East Side of New York City.
In 2011, Walden returned home to Texas to open a private practice in Westlake Hills, then a satellite office in Marble Falls. She went on to gain notoriety for her use of 3-D imaging to visualize patients after their surgery as well as for ThermiVa, a special system used in vaginal rejuvenation. In 2014 she was honored to be listed as one of the 24 Best Beauty Surgeons by Harper’s Bazaar. She has also done commentary work on plastic surgery for major networks like VH1, ABC News, E!, and Fox News, and Dr. Walden’s lacrosse camp.
Walden is viewed by many as a powerful role model in her private life. She has a very successful career and business, but has an incredibly full family life as well. While her path into parenting was not an easy one, Walden went through IVF, she is a loving and caring single mother to twin boys Rex and Houston, and http://www.harpersbazaar.com/beauty/advice/a1938/the-best-beauty-surgeons-0414/.
Star Cup is a new innovation in Brazilian health management. It is a combination of technology and differentiated treatment with a warm welcome for the patients. This hospital will provide extraordinary surgical treatments to cardiac and neurology patients. The brain behind this extraordinary innovation in entrepreneurship in health management is Jorge Moll Neto. Jorge Moll Neto, president of the D’Or Institute for Research and Education (Idor), discovered the first neuroscientist in the world to conclude the relationship between volunteering and health. This discovery leads towards the establishment of huge health empire. Another milestone achieved by Jorge Moll in health science was his experiments using magnetic resonance imaging that indicated that a person who donated to the charities had the same “reward centers” in their brain that has another person who engaged in other pleasurable activities.
Morality is an intricate evolutionary adaptation in human beings. It brings together emotions with abstract social concepts. Jorge Moll gave a new insight into the definition of morality (Moll-lab). He studies the basics of altruism and affiliate emotions. Affiliate emotions are the afflictions that bring people together and identify them not only in their family but on social groups. Moll further described them as the foundation of values.
In his historic speech at the conference of Health, trends, and impacts of hospital management, Moll stated that “idealist in the medicine, I started with equipment. We did in Rio de Janeiro, a large institution of complementary tests, which was something that was missing a lot”. He is not only a certified cardiologist or neurologist but a well-established entrepreneur.
He narrated all this procedure a trajectory of occupying spaces. Moll narrated the services in the healthcare a big human and social responsibility; therefore at the start of the business venture, he even served patients, who give little or nothing to the hospital.
Moll worked in the business of social and moral values. His business mission is to keep the patient loyal through technical and perceived quality. The work and business ethics of the Moll can be a limelight to transform Brazilian health industry.