Nurse Thank You Letter after Interview

Updated on: June 15, 2019

Regardless of different names such as screening interview, preliminary interview, or a callback, you are expected to write a follow-up letter after nurse interview – failing to which may harm your candidature.

A nurse thank you letter can help you demonstrate that you are enthusiastic about working for a specific employer.

 

 

It also shows that you are a responsible person who has the ability to follow-through and complete tasks.

Below is a sample nurse thank you follow-up letter after the interview.

This example is useful for all types of nursing positions such as RN, LPN, and Head Nurse.

 

 

See also: RN Interview Thank You Letter

Nurse Thank You Letter After Interview (Sample)

 


Laura Smith, RN
521 King Avenue
Baltimore, MD 54798
(000) 745-5247
[email protected]

June 15, 2019

Ms. Anna Johnson
Senior Administrator
Sheppard Pratt Health System
23 North Road
Baltimore, MD 65987

 

Dear Ms. Johnson:

Thank you very much for taking the time to meet with me regarding the Registered Nurse position. The Sheppard Pratt Health System offers a compassionate environment for residents. Having met with you and your staff members, I believe that my nursing skills and experience would be an excellent match for the RN position.

I am grateful for the time and information you shared with me during the interview. As we discussed, my intensive background in the nursing profession would enable me to work effectively with physicians and co-workers. Not only am I fulfill the job requirements, but I also understand the appropriate nursing techniques for particular medical situations as they affect not only the patient’s health but also the hospital’s budgetary issues.

If you need any additional information or documents, please do not hesitate to call me by phone at (000) 745-5247. Once again, thank you very much for providing me with this opportunity. I look forward to speaking with you in the second interview soon.

 

Sincerely,

(Signature)
Laura Smith, RN





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