With extensive training and experience in wound care, Susan Tuttle, Nurse Practitioner and Certified Wound Ostomy Nurse, provides specialized care in inpatient and outpatient settings, long term care facilities and assisted/independent living centers.
In the long term care facilities and assisted/independent living centers, Susan provides primary care, as well as wound care. Instead of her patients traveling to her office, Susan goes to her patients at the long term care or assisted living facilities and performs the same type of care that she would perform in the clinic, in the comfort of their home instead.
Susan obtained her Master of Science in Nursing and post graduate Adult Nurse Practitioner from Jewish Hospital College of Nursing and Allied Health at Washington University in St. Louis.
Susan provides specialized care for serious wounds, such as burns, diabetic and pressure ulcers, persistent skin irritations, surgical wounds, traumatic wounds, venous insufficiency, neuropathic ulcers, radiation injuries, inflammatory ulcers, and chronic, non-healing wounds.
Susan Tuttle's Education and Training:
- Jewish Hospital College of Nursing
- Allied Health at Washington University
Getting to Know Susan Tuttle:
Susan lives in Waterloo with her husband and two children.