I am writing to express my interest in serving as an RN at ABC Hospital. I am currently working in intensive care unit and pursuing my BSN. I am urging to serve as a RN at ABC Hospital because it is the perfect medical institution which will enable me to utilize my technical, interpersonal and communication skills and will surely enhance my caring, compassionate, and enduring abilities.
I am writing to you to express my sincere interest in your new nursing technician position. I learned about this position through an information session held at Gonzaga University, and felt that it would be a wonderful opportunity for me to continue my growth past the classroom. The core values of Providence– respect, justice, compassion, justice, excellence, and stewardship – fit right with the values I hold myself to in daily life. I believe that there is an inherent dignity in all persons that must be upheld and respected. As a caretaker to all persons in times of hardship and joy, I can assure I uphold this dignity through practicing these values.
After considerable contemplation, I confidently decided to pursue the path of becoming an Occupational Therapist. Motivated by my past experiences, current endeavors, and future possibilities. My life course over the last several years lead me to this pivotal moment of applying to graduate school, and I feel honored by this
I am writing to state my keen interest in the New Graduate Nurse Residency Program that you advertised on the employment opportunities of your website. I will be graduating in May 2016 from Northwest Mississippi Community College with an Associates Degree in Nursing. I anticipate taking the NCLEX-RN state board exam in June 2016. I believe that my educational background and work experience will be greatly beneficial to your facility.
Address of selection Criteria Registered Nurse, Division 1 [General] Nurse and Midwifery Board of Australia I am very interested in a role that will allow me to utilize my educational training and caring and nursing skills in a way that will give the patients a chance to live happily and comfortable. I commenced University in 2013 and I am due to complete a bachelor of nursing degree through La Trobe University in November this year
I currently work at The Queen's Medical Center - Punchbowl Campus, working the night shift as a Medical/Surgical/Telemetry RN with the Float Pool. After being out of school and currently practicing as a bedside RN for over 12 years (and as a retired Army Nurse), I've decided to go back to school to broaden my knowledge in nursing (theory and research). Upon completion of this program, I hope that it'll help open up other nursing career opportunities that were not available to me as an Associate Degree RN. While waiting for this program to start, I've also completed several courses in Healthcare Administration; hopefully, the combination of these two programs/degree may also open up other opportunities in the administrative portion of the healthcare industry.
Briefly share your nursing background and professional interests. My nursing background is in women and children’s health care. As a clinician, I have practiced in acute and primary care settings. My professional interests include nursing genomics, nursing leadership, and new program development.
Are you in school/training or wait listed for another position? Please provide details. I am currently a second semester nursing student at The Valley Foundation School of Nursing at San Jose State University. I will be begin my clinical training at El Camino Hospital this upcoming spring semester.
I am a proud employee at Scripps Mercy Hospital and have been here since 2012 working as a CNA. I have recently been accepted to San Diego City college Associate Degree Nursing program. Since the age of 16 I knew nursing was my calling. I attended a local community college as part of a program in high school and earned my Nursing assistant certificate. I have worked extremely hard to get where I am today and earning this degree would mean the world to me. This degree would allow me to contribute my skills as an RN to provide efficient, effective patient-centered care at Scripps health.
I am writing to you this letter to express my interest to take up a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing study in your University. I have been admiring Western Governors University has a flexible nursing program given me a chance to continue advancing my career path. As a working mother and a caregiver for my dialysis husband, make it very difficult to attend traditional classroom. I believe this unique program will help me to achieve my nursing goal.
Currently employed as a Licensed Practical Nurse, I am eager to further my education. I am enrolled as a full-time student at Mt Aloysius College in Cresson, PA majoring in nursing, with plans to continue on to be a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner in the future. I've been a Licensed Practical Nurse since 2013 and have gained much experience in the field, which has driven my ambition to further my education. My goal is to obtain a Registered Nurse or Certified Registered Nurse Practicioner position in a well-established organization with a stable and caring environment that will lead to a lasting relationship while maximizing my organizational and quality assurance skill.
Please Summarize Your Experience With HCA-The Healthcare Company. My professional experience includes more than 22 years of critical care nursing with HCA, Parallon and other hospital affiliates. I offer experience as a Certified Director Nurse Administrator working in the health care industry for more than 12 years. Consequently, I have experience in clinical management, acute care, emergent care, critical care, intermediate care, and nursing education as a STARN with Parallon and HCA hospitals.
A recent nursing graduate seeking for a role to utilise my effective communication and interpersonal skills, medical theoretical knowledge and compassion to develop partnerships with individuals to ultimately help and make positive changes to their lives and to your hospital. In addition, seeking to consolidate and expand my clinical skills as a new graduate nurse in the perioperative program. I believe that I am honest, hard-working, professional, dedicated to learning and strives to provide high-quality best patient care in fast-paced environments.
As my resume indicates, I will receive a degree in nursing from Neumann University in May. My education coupled with my 11 years’ experience as a nursing assistant has provided with a foundation in nursing which compliments my ability to properly manage time and prioritization. Furthermore, during clinical experiences, many of my clinical instructors have complimented me for excellent interactions with patients and their families.
I believe that I possess talents and characteristics that will benefit the nursing profession. Coming from an aerospace background, I have worked in environments where attention to detail, safety, documentation, and hazardous material handling occurred on a daily basis. In addition to my normal job functions, I was proactive in process improvement programs, inventory control systems development, safety awareness programs, and I served as the department point of contact/ team leader in all three areas. I was also formally trained and worked as a certified