RN Interview Thank You Letter Sample

Updated on: December 28, 2016

Post-interview thank you letters are an absolute must to write once you are done with the process. Why? There are two reasons to write an interview thank you letter. The first one is that it is the polite thing to do. Secondly, it gives you a chance to reach out to the employer once again and make your presence felt.

Unless you made an exceptionally positive impression on the interviewer, you need to highlight the fact that you were one of the people who were interviewed, and that you have a lot to offer. If the employer / interviewer remembers you, he will welcome another contact with you. If you are just a face in a sea of candidates, the thank you letter will remind him or her about who you are and what you have to offer particularly.

Thank you letters are a norm now. Actually, many employers welcome these letters in the hopes of getting acquainted with the best out of the lot that has been interviewed. Employers cannot be expected to remember the names and faces of all the people they interview, which is why they sometimes depend on second contact to figure out who is the best option to hire.

For your reference, we have provided a post-interview thank you letter from a registered nurse here:


RN Interview Thank You Letter Sample


Trisha Bale
87 South Lane
Greenville, MS 74412
(000) 985-7456
Trisha @ email . com

December 28, 2016

Mr. Mark Jacobson
Hiring Manager
Countryside Health
6652 Uturn Road
Greenville, MS 55800


Dear Mr. Jacobson:

Thank you for taking out the time to interview me for the position of Registered Nurse at Countryside Health yesterday. Any insecurities that I had about the facility and the work here were instantly eradicated after the extremely insightful meeting that we had.

Now that I am clearer about the intensity of the work that a registered nurse performs at your hospital, I am even more enthusiastic about working here. I believe that the skills set that I have are in direct correlation with the requirements of the job opening. With wide exposure to working with a variety of patients from pediatric to geriatric, I am sure that I can handle the many challenges that working as an RN poses.

At this point in time, I would like to reiterate my interest in working at your facility by virtue of skills in the following areas:

✓ Patient Behavior Management
✓ Treatment Plans Establishment
✓ Post-operative Care
✓ Vitals Recording
✓ Diagnostic Testing
✓ Medication Administration

It would be a pleasure to meet with you again and obtain further insight into how the system works at Countryside Health. Thank you once again for your time and consideration.



Trisha Bale