Private duty nurses are either an RN or LPN. They are responsible for giving one-on-one direct patient care to children or adults in their private homes.
Besides nursing tasks, they must be able to compile documentation regarding care provided to patients in a timely manner. They need to contacted with the agency to provide them with the up-to-date status of client/patient.
In the following cover letter for Private Duty Nurse, the job hunter shows the recruiter that she knows the fundamentals of this profession. Take a look!
Private Nurse Cover Letter Sample
Sara Smith, RN
74 Dale Street
Houston, TX 69854
sara.smith @ email . com
October 28, 2017
Mr. John Doe
Houston Nursing Inc.
4 Vine Street
Houston, TX 32587
Dear Mr. Doe:
In response to your job posting for a Private Duty Nurse position, I want to submit my resume because I am fully equipped to fill this position. I am a registered nurse in good status and possess 5 years’ general duty nursing experience at Texas Community Hospital.
As indicated in my resume, I am a committed and dynamic nursing professional with a demonstrated expertise in implementing nursing care plans according to professional nursing standards. In addition, I am well versed in assessing clients’ condition continuously, and reporting and documenting any changes in the client’s condition.
Besides nursing care duties, I am also able to clean and maintain medical equipment to ensure a safe and healthy environment. Over and above, I am willing to perform additional task based on the client’s medical condition and plan of care.
It will be a great pleasure to meet with you at your earliest to discuss this in detail. I can be reached at (000) 254-7414 to arrange a meeting date that is suitable for you.
Thank you very much for your consideration. My resume is attached for your review.
Sara Smith, RN
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