Nursing Aide Resignation Letter Sample

Updated on May 5, 2018


• A nursing aide resignation letter should always be typed, printed out and signed.

• Never email your resignation letter.

• Keep a copy for yourself for future references.

• Give at least one to two weeks notice from when you deliver your resignation to your manager.

Below is a sample Resignation Letter for Nursing Aide. Use this type of resignation letter format if you are planning to resign by giving a two weeks’ notice.

You can modify this sample as per your circumstances to create your own.

Also, see other CNA resignation letter samples and information on this website.



Nursing Aide Letter of Resignation Example



Sara Chris
125 Hamilton Street
Houston, TX 65555
(000) 525-1248
sara.chris @ email . com

May 5, 2018

Mr. John Doe
Managing Director
St. Louis Nursing Home
652 New Ave
Houston, TX 42100


Dear Mr. Doe:

I would like to inform you of my intent to resign from my position as Nursing Aide for St. Louis Nursing Home, effective two weeks from now. My last working day will Monday, December 18.

The past three years with St. Louis Nursing Home have been very rewarding. I have taken extreme satisfaction in working with patients of different ages. I am proud of being a part of a very successful nursing team dedicated to a quality patient care delivered on time.

This was not an easy decision to make on my part, but I am confident that this new challenge represents a concrete step toward fulfilling my objectives in nursing assistance arena. In fact, I have enjoyed working for St. Louis Nursing Home and appreciate the support provided me during my tenure.

Thank you for giving me this great opportunity for professional and personal development. Your guidance will be helpful for me throughout my professional life. I will remain available for handing/taking formalities in this two week’s transition period.



[Sign here]

Sara Chris

Published in Category: CNA