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Registered Nurse Cover Letter Example
« on: June 08, 2012, 09:26:44 AM »

Cover letter example for a Registered Nurse position. Amend as suitable and then start applying for job vacancies with your newly made covering letter.

Dear Sirs,

I am contacting you in regards to the position of Registered Nurse you have advertised. I was excited to see this ad as I feel that I am the ideal candidate for the position. I also hold your hospital in very high regards and would be delighted to become a part of your team.

For the past two years, I have worked as an integral part of the busy team at Royal Academy Hospital in the emergency department. This is a level one trauma unit with 34 ER beds, four trauma bays and over 55,000 ER visits annually. I enjoyed the fast paced working atmosphere and always put my focus on each patient to ensure that they received the highest level of care, compassion and medical treatment. I am very good at multi-tasking and know how to keep my priorities in order while delivering superior care to the patients assigned to me.

Upon my graduation from college with my nursing degree in hand, I began working as a registered nurse at Mt. Griffins hospital. From there I accepted other nursing jobs as I have never wanted to work in any other field because I thoroughly enjoy the profession. I have outstanding interpersonal and communication skills when dealing with patients and their families and have great accuracy in patient charting and other required documentation.

I hope that you will provide me with the opportunity to meet with you so that we can discuss my application. I am confident that once you go over my attached CV and speak to me in person that you will see that I truly do make the ideal candidate to become your next registered nurse. 


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