Intensive care unit nurses or ICU nurses work with patients in critical conditions. They are responsible for providing these patients with constant monitoring and care. It is no easy job being an ICU nurse as it requires a lot in terms of patience and stamina.
It is strongly recommended to send a cover letter for ICU Nurse when apply for this position, even when it is not required by the employer. A good cover letter serves to bring in your resume and gives you the chance to direct prospective employer’s interest to your relevant nursing background.
563 Chenal Parkway
Little Rock, AR 11111
April 22, 2016
Ms. Courtney Wilder
Memorial Healthcare System
6733 Jeefferson Avenue
Little Rock, AR 22241
Dear Ms. Wilder:
I am enthusiastically writing in response of your advertisement for the position of ICU Nurse at the Memorial Healthcare System. My RN Licensure, ACLS/CPR Certifications, extensive experience and proven record of patient care in the intensive care unit makes me an ideal candidate for this position. I am eager to put my best efforts to contribute significantly to your facility.
As indicated on my resume, I am a detail-oriented individual who is highly skilled in planning, coordinating, and directing all ICU activities essential to the provision of quality nursing care for assigned patients. Moreover, I have a demonstrated ability to coordinate and implement the medical plan provided by physicians.
My leadership qualities enable me to go the extra mile in a busy intensive care unit while working my regular tasks. Providing patients’ families with emotional support and educating them of procedures is one of my strong points as I see the need for this as absolutely important in intense care units.
Please find my resume enclosed with this letter for your review. I would like to discuss this position in a more detail for which I will call you after 5 days to arrange a meeting. If you need to contact me in the meantime, please feel free to call at (020) 444-2014.
Thank you for your time and consideration.