Position Overview:

LPNs or Licensed Practical Nurses provide basic healthcare to patients within a healthcare facility. They work under the supervision of registered nurses and required to provide direct patient care.

A reference letter for this position will require an employer to bring out an LPN’s best skills, attitude and work responsibilities.

Here is how this can be done!

 

Related: LPN Resume Sample

LPN Reference Letter Example

July 29, 2014

 

To Whom It May Concern

It is with a great pleasure that I am referring Amanda Higgins for the position of a Licensed Practical Nurse at the Family Health Center. She has worked with us for more than three years and I must say we have had ample opportunity to commend her work and learn from her as well.

Amanda has added professionalism to Sava Care Center. With her great aptitude of patient care and immense medical knowledge, we have had little opportunity to train her on the job. Needless to say, she has been a favorite of most patients that she looks after and we often refer to her as “mama hen” despite her young years. Her ability to calm down even the most irate of patients and perfection in maintaining patient records and paperwork is the talk of the hospital

I am absolutely sure that she will be an asset to whichever facility she works for with her dedication and love for nursing. The Sava Care Center team is sad to see her move to another city but we all wish her the best in whatever she does. I fully recommend her for a position in your facility as I am confident that she will add a touch of professionalism and personal touch to it.

 

Sincerely,

Gail Kutcher
Registered Nurse
Sava Care Center
889 273rd Avenue
Dalton, MN 77383