Nursing Job Letter of Intent

Updated April 13, 2022

A nursing job letter of intent is a document completed by a registered nurse and submitted to a hospital, clinic, nursing home, or other health care facility to express interest in employment. Generally speaking, this letter will be submitted alongside a resume as a cover letter would, and it will serve as a personal introduction to the applying candidate. The letter should contain a history of education and relevant work experience, and an invitation to contact the sender for more information.

Nursing Job Letter of Intent – Sample

JOB LETTER OF INTENT

Jamal Green

9 Pittsburg St, St.Louis, MO 63110

nursegreen@gmail.com

(555) 678-9273

 

Date: March 27rd, 2019

 

Mr. Jesse Speed
Director Nursing
St. Louis Children’s Hospital
1 Children’s Pl, St. Louis, MO 63110

 

I am pleased to be writing to you today regarding my application for a nursing position in your organization, the St. Louis Children’s Hospital. I believe my qualifications and experience make me an ideal candidate for this job.

I received a Master’s Degree in nursing from McGill University in Montreal and I have over 9 years experience effectively caring for patients, from newborns to geriatrics. I have up-to-date BLS and ACLS certification, and I have worked in long-term acute care as well as in a rehabilitation capacity. In my current position as a registered nurse at Kindred Hospital, I oversee the condition and health of over fifteen patients daily and have worked with the staff to improve healthcare standards across the board. My supervisors will relay that I am a dedicated, reliable, and compassionate professional who wants only the best for his patients.

For the above reasons, I believe a professional relationship with your organization would be mutually beneficial. I look forward to hearing from you and would love to discuss my qualifications further in an interview setting.

 

Sincerely,

[Signature]

Jamal Green

How to Write a Nursing Job Letter of Intent

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