Zwivel Website and Dr. Rod Rohrich

Dr.Gary Breslow a plastic surgeon from New Jersey and Dr. Craig Abramowitz constructed Zwivel, a website that promotes an easy more effective channel to bridge doctors with prospective new patients considering plastic surgery intervention on prnewswire.com.

Zwivel goes beyond just encouraging medical consultations with patients through online conversations, it also permits doctors to unite with patients and to get acquainted with one another, ask pertinent questions prior to scheduled surgery, and it is a pulsating vein to relieve the patient’s anxiety, emotional stress and mental apprehension. This domain enables patients to search for doctors’ educational background and become familiar with their professional history, reputation and experience in their chosen field. See: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/07/business/smallbusiness/cosmetic-surgery-thats-just-a-click-away.html?_r=1

Patients have the liberty to send photos and self made videos to specific doctors and receive in depth opinions and important answers to their questions relating to the cosmetic procedure. Even a price quote for the operation is on a complimentary basis. Zwivel profits from imposing a $495.00 monthly membership fee on the doctors.

If a patient chooses to utilize Care Credit or Prosper Healthcare to finance their surgery, then Zwivel obtains a minimal percentage.

The concept behind Zwivel is to give patients the latitude to obtain vital answers to their imperative questions which will make them become more informed regarding their surgical intervention and alleviate some of the preoperative fears.

Dr. Rod Rohrich F.A.C.S is a prominent plastic surgeon as well as an eminent professor who has been acknowledged globally for his vast endeavors in the realm of plastic and reconstructive surgery, progressive education, rhinoplasty (nose reconstruction) facial aesthetics and the process of aging.

He was born on August 5,1953 and was brought up in North Dakota, where he succeeded in undergraduate and postgraduate education at North Dakota State University with prestigious accolades. He attained his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine and accomplished his general and plastic surgery residence at the University of Michigan Medical Center. Additionally, Rod Rohrich pursued pediatric plastic surgery at Oxford University in England.

At Massachusetts General Hospital Harvard Medical School his fellowship was in hand and micro vascular surgery, and he was the chairman of the Department of Plastic Surgery at UT Southwestern Medical Center from 1991 to 2014.

Presently Dr. Rod Rohrich is an appointed distinguished professor of the Department of Plastic Surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas.

Rohrich is also an author of various published journals and books related to plastic surgery and is a member of the Zwivel website.

Ken Griffin: Successful Hedge Fund Manager

Kenneth Griffin is one of the most successful business leaders in the United States and is very much a self-made man. He is currently the CEO and founder of the super successful investment firm known as Citadel, which has an estimated $25 billion in global investments. Griffin is consistently ranked at or near the top of highest earning hedge fund managers. As of May 2015 his estimated worth was $6.6 billion.

Turtletrader Ken Griffin hails from Daytona Beach, Florida. He was a successful student and graduated from Harvard University in 1989 with his degree in economics. While at Harvard he developed a passion for investing that was soon paying him massive dividends. During his freshman year, he started to invest, and in his sophomore year he began his first hedge fund that focused primarily on convertible bond arbitrage. He soon had a satellite link to his dorm room installed so he could get real-time market data.

Success usually breeds more success; he opened up his second fund and between the two funds he was managing over $1 million in assets before he graduated from Harvard. After he graduated, Frank Meyer, a founder of Glenwood Capital gave Griffin $1 million to invest, and according to the New York Times Griffin was able to give him a whopping 70% return of his investment.

Griffin went on to found Citadel in 1990 with $4.6 million and by 1998 he was managing over a billion dollars in capital. His genius with financial markets is well-known and he is now considered a leading authority on financial markets.

He is also a celebrated philanthropist and has donated $500 million dollars to various organizations, including the largest gift ever made to Harvard University, a staggering $150 million.

The art world loves Ken Griffin, and he loves art. He is a prodigious collector and patron of the arts. He is reported to have spent $60 million for a Paul Cezanne painting, Curtain, Jug and Fruit Bowl. He is also a collector of the great artist Jasper Johns and donated $19 million dollars to the Art Institute of Chicago for an addition designed by the designer Renzo Piano to be built.

Greatness was destined to be Ken Griffin’s. Since his university days, he has shown over and over again that making money is his talent. Along with that talent, he has given to numerous charities and supported the arts. May the future continue to be a prosperous one for Griffin and for all the artists and charities he so diligently helps.