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524 Workman Street
Scottsburg, IN 85411
c.dunsk @ email . com
April 5, 2017
Mr. Mark Gibraltar
Human Resource Manager
Center Care Health
10 Grey Road
Scottsburg, IN 19375
Dear Mr. Gibraltar:
Deeply comprehending the need to elicit health and nutrition information to the masses, especially during these times when junk food and unhealthy lifestyle are the norm, I offer my services as a licensed nutritionist to Center Care Health. With extensive experience (7 years) of assessing patients’ nutritional requirements, and providing them with customized diet and nutrition plans, I believe that my addition to your facility will be a welcome one.
Last year, I was able to place 5 patients’ Lupus (SLE – RA) into remission by simply altering their diets and assisting them in adopting healthy lifestyles. This success has led to further research at my end to handle other autoimmune diseases by making careful changes in patients’ diets, the benefit of which I would like Center Care Health to enjoy as well.
Owing to my expertise in effectively connecting with my patients’ primary care physicians (and specialist doctors), and establishing treatment plans (based on nutrition), I am positive that your patients will benefit highly from my insight into providing diet recommendations, handling nutritional assessments and effectively meeting their specific nutritional goals.
To further establish my position as a licensed nutritionist at your facility, I will contact you soon to see if a mutual time can be agreed upon for a meeting. Until then, I can be reached at (999) 999-9999.
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