Northern Illinois University

Rural Health

Roger Holloway

Roger Holloway is a healthcare executive with more than 30 years experience in the healthcare field.  His healthcare experience includes working as an army medic, an intensive care nurse, radiology technician, hospital CEO and healthcare consultant.  Mr. Holloway has also served both nationally and internationally as a healthcare consultant for projects ranging from strategic planning and performance improvement to the development of heart and lung hospitals in the Far East. 

Mr. Holloway is employed with the Midwest Consultant for Rural Health as a Senior Consultant with responsibilities of the traditional issues faced by rural organizations today. Mr. Holloway has been involved in process improvement; physician needs analysis, community health assessment, strategic planning and turnaround strategies. His broad range of experiences in management, as well as in clinical areas, give him an unique perspective for assisting organizations.

Mr. Holloway has long been a supporter of improving community health through the development of community needs analysis and applying the necessary resources and talents to focus on improving the health of the communities that are served by an organization. He has also implemented a variety of strategies to improve productivity and implementation of new services. 

Roger has focused the majority of his executive healthcare career in rural settings, and is a native Illinoisan.