LPN Cover Letter Writing Guidelines
- In a cover letter for a licensed practical nurse resume, you need to mention that you possess the required skills and abilities that will help you in surpassing the employer’s expectations.
- Specifically, mention your knowledge and aptitude to perform complex nursing tasks under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN) or a physician.
- Begin your LPN cover letter with a compelling phrase.
- Personalize your cover letter as per the requirements of the employer.
The following is a cover letter sample for LPN or Licensed Practical Nurse position.
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Cover Letter Sample
Sara Chris, L.P.N.
565 Ottawa Street
Vaughan, ON D9F 3C9
September 8, 2020
Mr. John Smith
St. Mary’s Hospital
223 Ada Boulevard
Oshawa, ON S1A 3C7
Dear Mr. Smith:
My experience and passion for caring for the sick, injured, convalescent, and disabled people motivated me to apply for a Licensed Practical Nurse position at St. Mary’s Hospital. With state-approved practical nursing training and five years’ practical work experience, I feel confident that I am a perfect contender. Obtaining a licensed practical nurse position at your hospital will enable me to pursue my commitment to excel in the field of nursing.
As can be seen in the attached resume, I have a track record of providing primary bedside care. Also, I am an expert in measuring and recording patients’ vitals such as height, weight, temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration. Specifically, I am well versed in:
- Keeping patients as well as families informed while maintaining confidentially.
- Managing electronic medical records.
- Preparing and giving injections and enemas, and dressing wounds.
I am eager to utilize my patient care insight to contribute to your bottom line and look forward to meeting with you to discuss this in detail. To follow up, I will contact you within a few days. If there is any other information you would like me to provide, please feel free to call me at (000) 542-9656.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Sara Chris, L.P.N.