Mark Mofid is a certified plastic surgeon who is based in La Jolla, San Diego. He attended Harvard University where he received his undergraduate degree in medicine. In his medical degree, he trained in general surgery and plastic surgery. He later joined Johns Hopkins university school of medicine where he studied an advanced craniofacial research fellowship. Currently, he is a staff surgeon at Scripps Memorial Hospital, Sharp Chula Vista medical center both of which are located in La Jolla area of San Diego. He is also among the members of clinical faculty of the University of California. He is a fellow in the American college of surgeons and sits in the American board of plastic surgery.
Mark Mofid owns an accredited clinic, surgery center and also provides laser services. The clinic is located in LA Jolla, San Diego county. The office has 3 specialists; a nurse, a dermatologist who happens to be his wife and himself a plastic surgeon. The clinic offers medical services, dermatological services, cosmetics and plastic surgery. According to Mark Mofid, the process of hiring new employees is rigorous. To him, experience doesn’t matter. He considers employees who are willing to commit a few years to learning everything about the field of surgery and dermatology. Later, helps these employees to find great career paths in the industry.
Mark Mofid believes in working together in serving the patients. He acknowledges that no one can satisfy the needs of all patients alone. This is why he has established referral relationship with another laser facility within the community which provides the laser needs that he cannot offer. In addition, he believes that good work is the best form of advertising. Doing good work is inexpensive and allows one to compete on quality rather than price. He doesn’t use any print advertising although he owns a website. Mark Mofid advice’s employers to do a thorough investigation on new employees, because some of them may land an organization in problems, additionally, startups should not be concerned about where they start, rather, they should work towards good services.