Long Term Care
Amy Rohlfing, MD, CMD, holds the unique distinction of being board certified in both internal medicine and geriatrics. This means that she has a deeper understanding of complex diseases and patients age 50+.
Dr. Rohlfing serves as a Hospitalist at Red Bud Regional Hospital. Her background in primary care and her years of service at Red Bud Regional provide her with a strong foundation for caring for inpatients and for effective communication with the patient’s primary care provider.
In addition to her hospitalist role, Dr. Rohlfing makes it convenient for her patients to receive medical care while living at home, a long term care or assisted living facility. Instead of her patients traveling to her office, Dr. Rohlfing goes to her patient at their home, the long term care or assisted living facilities. She performs the same type of care that she would perform in the clinic, in the comfort of their home instead.
Dr. Rohlfing obtained her Bachelor of Science degree from St. Louis University, graduating Summa Cum Laude. She received her medical degree from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. She completed her residency in internal medicine at St. John’s Mercy Medical and her fellowship in geriatrics at Washington University School of Medicine.
In 2009, Dr. Rohlfing received certification as a Certified Medical Director (CMD) in Long Term Care from the American Medical Directors Association. Because of a special interest in wound care, she achieved wound certification from CMET in 2010. Dr. Rohlfing serves as the Medical Director at Red Bud Regional Care (LTC). She’s also involved in many other nursing homes, assisted livings and hospice agencies in the area.
Dr. Rohlfing's Education and Training:
- Southern Illinois University School of Medicine
- St. John's Mercy Medical
- Washington University School of Medicine
- Internal Medicine
Getting to Know Dr. Rohlfing:
Dr. Rohlfing was born and raised in Red Bud. She values the opportunity to work in her hometown. Outside of work, she enjoys camping and spending time with her husband and sons.