Nursing Assistant Cover Letter Tips
❖ Your cover letter for Nursing Assistant position should be written in a business-letter format.
❖ It must contain the necessary items including your address, date, the prospective medical facility’s address, a salutation, the body of the letter (usually three paragraphs), and a closing (your signature and name).
❖ Keep in mind that your signature is part of the business letter manners so don’t forget to sign you letter.
Look at the sample below in order to get a good idea.
41 E. Example St. Apt 122
West Islip, NY 36521
anna.smith @ email . com
October 23, 2016
Mr. John Doe
Samaritan Medical Center
512 New Hemisphere Street
West Islip, NY 65211
Dear Mr. Doe:
I am responding to your job advertisement for the position of Nursing Assistant at Samaritan Medical Center, as posted on your website. I have several years of experience in the nursing assistance field and currently seeking an opportunity to leverage my skills to contribute to the well-being of the residents.
My several years’ hands-on experience has helped me develop lots of capabilities in personal care and hygiene. I am highly skilled in escorting patients to and from appointments, taking vital signs and reporting any change to the registered nurse and helping the doctor with physical and diagnostic examinations. Besides, I have in-depth knowledge of safety and infection control practices and have a profound ability to use computer systems. My attached resume contains more details of my talents, work history and individual tasks which I performed at my previous jobs.
As a compassionate and experienced nursing assistant, I would welcome the opportunity to speak with you regarding my qualifications and your requirements in more detail. I will contact you during the first week of November to set up a time of interview. Alternately, I can be reached at the above mentioned phone number or e-mail address.
Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to meeting with you soon.