Erine Raybon-Rojas, MD


Erine Raybon-Rojas, MD

Director of Diversity & Inclusion for GME
Director of MICU Rotation Critical Care

Education & Certifications

Medical School:
Ross University School of Medicine, Dominica, West Indies
Henry Ford Hospital / Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
Pulmonary and Critical Care, Henry Ford Hospital / Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
Pulmonology, Critical Care, Internal Medicine


As a pulmonary critical care intensivist, Dr. Erine Raybon-Rojas has maintained a cornerstone position at Northeast Georgia Health System (NGHS) since 2016. Dr. Rojas graduated from Ross University School of Medicine in 2008. She completed her internal medicine residency at Henry Ford Hospital/Wayne State University in 2012 and later completed her fellowship in pulmonary and critical care in 2015.

 Dr. Rojas’ work extends through the health system’s core values as a physician leader at the bedside as a triple board-certified internal medicine and pulmonary critical care intensivist, NGMC Graduate Medical Education (GME) core faculty, chair and co-founder of the Provider Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Task Force and chair for the Pulmonary Embolism Response Team (PERT) initiative.

While caring for the most ill as a pulmonary critical care intensivist, her efforts and call to action during the COVID-19 pandemic has allotted for significant community outreach. She has spoken on multiple forums to bring awareness and transparency to the dire situation in the community and hospital system. As a result, she has become a trusted voice throughout the community. During this time, she has also empowered NGMC’s rising resident physician program. Her direct work with GME encompasses educating multi-disciplinary residents via her work as the pulmonary critical care curriculum director. Additionally, she is responsible for resident education and standardization models that allow for resident success in this demanding field.

Furthermore, a leader and forward-thinking advocate for Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI) at NGHS, Dr. Rojas has spearheaded NGHS’s provider-led DEI Task Force, which she co-founded and currently chairs. Her work focuses on education/research, community outreach, and employee/institutional support throughout the hospital system. Through this role, she ensures the health system is inclusive of the patients, physicians, and employees that interact with the health system and the community.