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Wound Care

Wound Care

Our primary wound care provider is Dr. Brennan Menninger.  He offers both inpatient and outpatient Wound Care services at Snoqualmie Valley Hospital.

Our board certified wound ostomy RN is Tia Taitano, BSN, CWON.  She specializes in the treatment of acute and chronic wounds as well as the management of new and established ostomies.

The types of wounds we care for are:

  • Diabetic neuropathic ulcers

  • Venous stasis ulcers

  • Arterial disease skin changes

  • Infected wounds

  • Surgical wounds

  • Abscesses
  • Atypical wounds

  • Osteomyelitis

  • Any chronic or acute wound unhealed after conventional treatment

Wound Services We Provide Include:

  • Wound VAC (Vacuum-Assisted Closure) 
  • Total Contact Cast
  • Debridement
  • Advanced topical dressings
  • Biologic products such as artificial skin, fibroblasts or tissue
  • Skin graft, wound flap, revascularization or other surgery (for wounds below the knee only)
  • Fitting for compression stockings, diabetic footwear, orthopedic devices and other equipment
  • Suite of services for new and established ostomies including pre op marking, post op follow up, appliance fittings and education.

Referrals from PCPs and surgical groups should be faxed to (425) 831-2396 for insurance authorization and scheduling.

Meet our Wound Care Team

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Brennan Menninger


Brennan Menninger

Specialties: Podiatry, Foot and Ankle, Wound Care

A Sammamish native, Dr. Menninger realized a passion for understanding human movement while obtaining his undergrad degree at WWU. While in Colorado, he received extensive training in foot and ankle reconstruction, sports medicine and biomechanics during residency.

“I chose SVH because I feel connected to this community,” he said. “It is my hope to provide quality and timely specialized care in a convenient location. There is a need for specialty foot and ankle care in the district and I look forward to working with existing services to coordinate patient care to help reduce pain and improve function for patients.”

B.S. in Kinesiology, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Wash.
Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine, Samuel Merritt University, Oakland, Calif.
Residency, North Colorado Medical Center, Greeley, Colo.