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Include These Nurse Practitioner Skills
- Clinical skills
- Medical teamwork
- Effective communication and interpersonal skills
- Good listening skills
- Critical thinking
- Ethics and compassion
- Bedside manners
- Computer literacy
Those looking to become Nurse Practitioners can discover similar qualifications in the sample cover letter provided below.
Dear Mr. Frazier:
With more than 9 years of experience providing patient care and exceptional treatment, I am pleased to present the enclosed resume in response to your posting for a Nurse Practitioner. I am confident that my skills and background will allow me to greatly benefit your medical facility.
My expertise lies in providing exceptional patient service and compassionate care within various environments such as internal medicine, pediatrics, and acute care facilities. Adept at coordinating multiple medical services to ensure the highest level of quality care, I excel at diagnosing and treating diverse conditions, driving disease and illness prevention, and educating patients and family members to ensure optimal ongoing care.
Highlights of my experience include…
Spearheading a full range of nursing responsibilities, including patient histories and assessments, medication administration, testing, referrals, confidential records management, policy development, and general patient care and support.
Treating up to 35 patients in a 12-hours shift, treating ailments such as colds, flues, rashes, and sore throats.
Training and supervising high-performance nursing teams, leveraging excellent communication and leadership skills to create solid working relationships and improve overall patient care.
Collaborating with physicians and ancillary services to ensure appropriate patient services.
Holding a Master’s degree in Nursing as well as certification as a Registered Nurse.
With my vast knowledge and experience, I am well positioned to enhance patient care at Meadow Lane. I look forward to discussing this opportunity, along with my qualifications, with you soon. In the interim, thank you for your consideration.
Tanya T. Morgenstern