Conway Regional names Elliott corporate health services head

Marcus Elliott has joined Conway Regional Health System as the director of corporate health services.

In this position, Elliott will serve as the health system’s representative to community employers and will have oversight over Conway Regional’s athletic training area as well as the Diabetes Self-Management Education program.

“As we continue to focus on being successful in a dynamic market, Marcus will be critical in helping to identify community health needs and ensuring that Conway Regional is meeting those needs,” said Rebekah Fincher, corporate director of  business development and physician relations.

Elliott has more than 12 years combined experience as an executive sales representative and territory manager with Eli Lilly Pharmaceuticals and Medtronic Diabetes medical devices, as well as eight years with Alltel Communications, serving five years in sales as the manager and then vice president of retail sales.

“It is my honor to represent Conway Regional to the business community,” said Elliott. “I look forward to helping form dynamic partnerships with corporate leaders to improve the health of the community. I’m also excited about telling the story of a creative, caring and committed Conway Regional staff.”

Elliott is a licensed minister, previously starting and pastoring a nondenominational ministry known as “Church 228.” In addition, he has served as campus pastor for the New Life Church at the Downtown Little Rock campus. 

Elliott is a former all-conference football player for the Arkansas Razorbacks, where he served as captain of the 1984 team. A graduate of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, Elliott stays connected to sports and the Hogs through regular appearances on “Drive time Sports Talk,” a popular radio show carried statewide on 103.7 The Buzz. 

Marcus and his wife, Ramona, have three adult children.