An LPN is responsible for providing basic patient care. S/he works under the supervision of a physician or a registered nurse. More specific work duties of an LPN depend on the kind of facility that they work in.
What is a Letter of Interest for LPN?
A letter of interest for LPN position is a means to introduce your skills and qualifications to a prospective employer in order to be considered for a future job opening.
Related: LPN Cover Letter
90 N King Street
Cedar Bluffs, NE 88887
April 28, 2016
Mr. Henry Thomson
Trinity Health Care
872 McLean Street
Cedar Bluffs, NE 55542
Dear Mr. Thompson:
As an enthusiastic LPN with current BLS and CPR certifications, I would like to express my strong interest to fill any future vacancy of a Licensed Practical Nurse at Trinity Health Care. I possess a diverse experience in nursing profession and complete understanding of nursing principles and practices which makes me a good candidate for this position.
My hands-on experience has provided me with the expertise of giving all basic and some specific nursing services to patients. I have the capability to manage nurse care plans and instruct both patients and families about the need for proper treatment. Additionally, I am well versed in the telltale signs that signify alarm in a patient’s condition and other observational duties. My competency extends to establishing infection control procedures along with determining each individual patient’s nutritional needs and striving to fulfill them. My resume is enclosed with this letter to provide you with the complete details of my qualifications and accomplishments.
I am confident that I have the required skills set that Trinity Health Care needs in a Licensed Practical Nurse. I will call your office later in the week to ask for an interview date and will be available at (111) 999-1111 if you need to contact me.
Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to meeting you soon.