Medical Cover Letter

Medical Cover Letter 20

Dear Mr. Means

I would like to apply for an open position within City Hospital as a cardiac sonographer. I learned about the positing on (mention the source of the job vacancy). I have the skills and experience to bring excellence to this position. I have included my CV with this letter for your consideration.

I am among the ten cardiac sonographers in my graduating class who received the honor of internship in this field. My five years of experience in this profession of evaluating and examining the heart, with arrangement of parts, muscle function. I have worked with many experienced physicians wherein I get to learn a lot about this field.

I can begin work immediately following your decision. If you feel I have met up your expectations, please do call me at (insert your contact details). I would really be grateful if we meet and discuss my qualifications and learn more of what is expected from the person you hire.

I would like to thank you for considering my letter and application.


Medical Cover Letter 19

Dear Mr. Justin,

I am interested in research and medical field. So I am applying you in order to get an internship at your St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, in Professional Oncology Education Program, at the proposal of Spencer Herbert.
At present, I am attending University of Louisiana State and will be acquiring a B.Sc. in Kinesiology with a focus on human movement in May 2001. GPA is 3.8.

Prior to joining college, I had volunteered at St. Charles Nursing Home assisting the seniors in eating, talking and playing games with them. At my high school, I volunteered at a front desk doing regular check in & check out processes and tracked attendance for 1500 students. I was a division lead in a marching band for the clarinet division including 60 people.

While doing college, I volunteered at different Physical Therapy health centers, worked and observed children with the Cerebral Palsy. In addition, I have completed research in laboratory for four different classes. At University of Louisiana I am continuing a high GPA in major through my time managing skills. My volunteer and laboratory experience will be a big asset to your program.

I would like to add the essential experience to be capable of sell myself to potential employers before my graduation.

I’d like to plan interview with you at your convenient time. Please call me at above phone number.

Thank you!


Medical Cover Letter 18

Dear Ms. Dexter:

While searching for a new job in the medical field, I saw your listing for medical assistants posted on ____. I was very happy to realize that there may be an opportunity here for me, as I have ten years of experience in the health field, working directly with patients as a nurse’s aid and more recently as a medical office assistant in Big Town Clinic.

My duties included a variety of tasks that were both administrative and clinical. I helped keep the office running smoothly, maintained and updated patient records and files, handled insurance forms, helped with hospital admissions and arranged for laboratory services. In addition I answered the phone, greeted the patients when they arrived, scheduled appointments and handled billing inquires.

I’d be happy to answer any questions you may have related to my filling your opening for a medical assistant. Please call me at 777-777-7777. I’d be happy to come in to your office or be interviewed by phone. I appreciate your reading my cover letter and considering me for the job you want to fill.


Medical Cover Letter 17

Dear Mr Little:

Nursing excellence occurs when the nursing process, patient safety and communication are paramount to a facility, and nurses experiences a supportive environment. The Medical Center’s RN Bridge Program’s 12-week transition program for graduate nurses entering the acute care clinical arena offers the opportunity for new nurses like me to start on the path to excellence from day one. This is why I am excited to apply for the RN Bridge Program as described on the Medical Center’s job opportunities board.

As you will see in my attached resume, I recently completed my Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and will be sitting for my nurse license examination in July. Additionally, through my clinical experiences I had the opportunity to put the Nursing process – assessment, diagnosis, outcomes/planning, implementation and evaluation to work in practical settings, including medical surgical, emergency medicine, mental health, maternity, and pediatrics. I also utilized both my academic experiences and my Nurse Extern experience to hone my critical thinking skills, ability to work in a team and communication skills. Finally, my knowledge of CPR includes being certified in both Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Life Support (ALS). I look forward to expanding upon these experiences and focusing my career to the Medical Center’s needs through the RN Bridge Program.

I am particularly excited by the Medical Center’s designation by the American Nurse Association as a Magnet Hospital and the center’s Centers for Excellence in geriatric care, as these are in keeping with my long term goals. It would be an honor to join the Medical Center’s team.

I appreciate your time and consideration. I look forward to discussing my candidacy at greater length through an interview.


Medical Cover Letter 16

Dear Mr Pratt:
First Paragraph. Write an engaging, professional opening that conveys your personality and interest in them. Identify what you are applying for and how you learned of the opportunity.

Second Paragraph summarizes what you have to offer the employer in relation to their requirements. If you have a job description, you want to use the specific language of the job description when possible.

When possible, you should also include why you are specifically interested in working for that employer. If you have only one sentence to convey, this can be done as a part of either the second paragraph or the closing paragraph. However, if you have more to say, it can be another paragraph.

Closing Paragraph thanks the reader(s) for their time and consideration and lets them know what your next step will be (e.g., “I will be calling you in two weeks to see if an interview is appropriate,” or “I look forward to hearing from you soon so that we can further discuss my skills and qualifications.”)


Medical Cover Letter 15

Dear Mr. Bianchi:

As a skilled Registered Nurse with comprehensive experience providing nursing services to a wide variety of patients within critical care environments, I am pleased to present the enclosed resume. My background in supporting patient care will allow me to substantially assist Klahown Medical Center in meeting—and exceeding—its healthcare goals.

My background includes preparing surgical rooms and equipment, utilizing highly technical devices / equipment, monitoring patient progress, and communicating with cross-functional medical teams to coordinate all aspects of patient care. Tracking patient vitals, maintaining detailed patient and procedure records, and providing overarching bedside nursing support are just a few of the many tasks I perform each day, consistently providing a superior level of compassionate patient care.

Highlights of my experience include the following:

Providing comprehensive nursing support in a wide variety of surgical cases, including general, orthopedic, neuro and spine, ENT, gynecological, plastic, vascular, urological, and endoscopic procedures.
Consistently demonstrating solid commitment to providing quality patient care in alignment with nursing philosophy, organizational standards, and legal regulations.
Communicating effectively across diverse medical teams to ensure appropriate and necessary patient care; tracking patient progress and reports.
Achieving credentials as a Certified Critical Care Nurse (CCRN) and a Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN); possessing a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.
With my expertise in managing patient care and support, I am confident that I can greatly contribute to your organization. I look forward to discussing this opportunity and my qualifications in more detail. Thank you for your consideration; I look forward to hearing from you.