For most healthcare settings, acceptance letters are a formality that you have to fulfill once a nursing job has been offered to you. An acceptance letter is nothing more than a depiction of your decision to join a job you have been offered.
Writing an acceptance letter will require you to mention that you have formally accepted the position and will be joining on a particular date. If you like, you can also reiterate information on your job offer letter in a bid to inform the employer that you agree with them.
The acceptance letter sample below for the position of a nurse can provide you with an idea on how to write one.
Nursing Job Acceptance Letter Sample
June 21, 2014
Mr. Dan Brown
Manage Human Resources
637 Vera Street
West Hartford, CT 89011
Dear Mr. Brown:
Thank you for offering me the position of a Registered Nurse at Worthington Hospital. I am writing to formally accept your conditions of employment that you mentioned in the offer letter.
Today, I tendered my immediate resignation at St. Louis Hospital. Therefore, I will be able to start my work on Wednesday, June 25, 2014.
I am honored that your facility feels that I am right nurse to administer your ICU operations, and I will deliver the results we discussed. I am eager to handle all duties at ABC Clinic including medication administration, patient education, emotional and physical support and assuring that the overall quality of care adheres to the hospital’s standards.
I look forward to receiving my job contract and copy of my job description which I will sign and return promptly. I anticipate that our work relationship will be positive and long lasting; I see myself working well with your clinic and its staff and I am excited about my first day at work. If you there is any further information that you need from me, please feel free to ask.
Thank you for your confidence and support.
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