Clinical Spotlight: Jeffrey Rayborn, MD

Premier Pulse     November 2023

Jeffrey M. Rayborn, MDJeffrey Rayborn, MD: A Sports Medicine Physician With An Interest In the Unexplained

What is your clinical specialty? 

Sports Medicine

Where did you go to school?

Ansonia High School
Undergraduate – The Ohio State University
Medical School – University of Cincinnati

What brought you to Premier Health? 

Premier Health provided an opportunity to work with a great group of people and be part of a great community.

Why did you choose medicine as a career? 

A career in medicine provides the opportunity to educate, help, and make a difference in the lives of others. The care I received recovering from injuries when I was younger led me to the field of sports medicine. 

Who are the people who influenced and/or mentored you? 

My Mom

What is one thing most people don’t know about you? 

I love shows about the supernatural, aliens, or Bigfoot.

Where is your hometown?

Ansonia, Ohio

What, if any, sports team(s) do you cheer for?

Ohio State Buckeyes,  Cincinnati Bengals,  Cincinnati Reds

What is the last book you read? 

“Dad is Fat,” by Jim Gaffigan

What is your favorite song in your playlist? 

“Crazy Game of Poker,” by OAR

What is your favorite food?


What is your favorite hobby?

Morning workouts and learning to play guitar with my daughter.

What is your favorite animal, and why?

Tiger. Probably because it was our high school mascot, and I visited the Cincinnati Zoo as a kid when they had the white tigers.

Where is your favorite vacation spot, and why?

Mexico. Great weather, beaches, food and drinks.

Describe something (a thing, person, place, experience, etc.) for which you are especially thankful:  

Family and Friends

Pick a side

iPhone or Android?  


Early bird or night owl?  

Night owl

Beach bum or mountain hiker?   

Beach bum

Dress shoes or tennis shoes?

Tennis shoes

Paperback or e-reader? 


Coffee or tea?

Diet Mountain Dew

Cooking or baking?


Sweet or salty?


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