“The treatment of many endocrine disorders relies on a longitudinal relationship between the physician and the patient. It’s important that my patients and I work together toward the best possible clinical outcomes while also building a relationship that will allow us to remain health care partners in the coming years.”

Board Certifications

  • Endocrinology
  • Internal Medicine

Areas of Expertise

  • Endocrine Diabetes & Metabolism
  • General Endocrinology
  • Osteoporosis
  • Parathyroid Disease
  • Thyroid Disease



University of Maryland Medical Center
Endocrinology, Diabetes & Nutrition
Baltimore, MD

Internship and Residency

University of Maryland Medical Center
Internal Medicine
Baltimore, MD
2005 and 2007

Medical School

University of Maryland School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Baltimore, MD

Undergraduate School

University of Virginia
Bachelor of Arts in American Studies
Distinction in Interdisciplinary Studies
Charlottesville, VA

Hospital Affiliated With

Suburban Hospital

Professional Associations

American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE)
2007 – Present

Endocrine Society (ENDO)
2007 – Present


“Reduced parathyroid hormone-stimulated 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin d production in vitamin d sufficient postmenopausal women with low bone mass and idiopathic secondary hyperparathyroidism” Endocrine Practice (2013): 19(1):91-9. Streeten, E.A., Rogstad, A.S., Flammer, K.M., Zarbalian, K., Ryan, K., Horwitz, M., Holick, M.F., Shelton, J.

“A Sinister Cause of High Bone Mass” The Endocrinologist (2010): Vol. 20 – Issue 2: pp. 80-82. Rogstad, A.S., Meisenberg, B.R., McCarthy, E.F., Streeten, E.A.

Academic Honor and Appointment

St. Louis University School of Medicine
Wolfort Scholarship

Georgetown Medical School
Associate Clinical Professor of Outpatient Medicine
Physical Diagnosis and Treatment of Musculoskeletal and Autoimmune Diseases
2003 – Present

Personal Interests

When not in the office, Dr. Rogstad enjoys reading, travel, sports, yoga and spending time with her husband and 3 children.


Dr. Amy Rogstad, a native of Ellicott City, MD, received her BA with Distinction in Interdisciplinary Studies, with a concentration in American Studies, from the University of Virginia. As an Echols Scholar, she was able to complete her pre-medical courses while also participating in the American Studies program and taking courses in biomedical ethics.

She went on to receive her medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine where she served on the Medical Alumni Association Committee and received the Medical Alumni Association Award. She remained in Baltimore to complete her internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Maryland Medical Center.

She then completed two years of fellowship training in Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism, also at the University of Maryland. During her fellowship, she served as an Instructor for first-year medical students in the Introduction to Clinical Medicine course.

She joined Rockville Internal Medicine Group after completing her fellowship training and now focuses her practice on outpatient endocrinology, treating a wide variety of endocrine diseases including diabetes, thyroid disorders, osteoporosis, parathyroid, adrenal and pituitary disorders.