Entry Level LPN Cover Letter With No Experience

Updated on: December 16, 2021

A cover letter is a very important part of your job application for a graduate LPN. 

Due to its significance in your job search process, you need to do a lot of research before writing a cover letter for an LPN resume.

You may view some popular LPN cover letter formats, and samples, as well as study job requirements issued by various healthcare organizations for the LPN position.

Consider what skills, competencies, and traits you possess that most candidates do not. Use these particular skills as your marketing tool.

Although it is a fact that a cover letter’s purpose is to obtain an interview, however, you need to ask for a meeting explicitly in your cover letter.

Employers receive many straightforward cover letters ending with a call for action. To compete with these, you also need to be explicit in stating that you need an interview.

Sample Entry Level Cover Letter for LPN With No Experience

Katie James
[email protected]
1201 Azalea Drive, Hammond, IN 45929
(000) 986-5487

December 16, 2021

Ms. Tracey Hilton
HR In Charge
Health Ways Hospital
788 Down Town
Hammond, IN 45929

Dear Ms. Hilton:

I am quite excited to learn that your hospital requires an energetic Licensed Practical Nurse. As a graduate LPN with strong nursing competencies and compassionate nature, I believe I am the perfect person you are seeking.

Some key strengths of my profile are highlighted below:

  • Knowledge of FDA and NHQ sample collection procedures and policies
  • Current Indiana State Practical Nurse License
  • CPR and BLS Certified
  • Excellent bedside patient care skills
  • Well versed in taking patient history and filing case
  • Proficient in practicing the five patient rights (right drug, dose, patient, frequency, and route)
  • A culturally sensitive person with unparalleled rapport building skills
  • Bilingual: English, Spanish

As a quick learner with a lot of motivation to learn and excel in the nursing field, I am ready to join your team as an LPN. I’d welcome an opportunity to have an interview with you to relate my nursing skills to your job description.

Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to a meeting when we can discuss how my nursing skills and work ethic could contribute to your organization.

Sincere regards,

Katie James
(000) 254-9697

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