Topics: Peptic ulcer, Patient, Hospital Pages: 2 (316 words) Published: October 11, 2012
July 4, 2012

Chief of Hospital
Gilberto O. Teodoro Memorial Hospital

Chief Nurse
Gilberto O. Teodoro Memorial Hospital

Dear Dr. Gapultos,

Please accept my application for the full-time position of registered nurse. I have completed my Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Tarlac State University Batch 2009 and passed my board examination held last November 2009. After having my PRC license and IV Therapy Training, I completed my Dialysis Training Course at Jecsons Medical Center (Dialysis and Transplant) and got my license as a Certified Renal Nurse. I was a Private Nurse for around two years. I handled several patients diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease (Stage V) secondary to Diabetic Nephropaty, Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding secondary to Bleeding Peptic Ulcer Disease, Liver Angiosarcoma, and CVA. For the past year I have worked here at Gilberto O. Teodoro Memorial Hospital (General Areas) as a volunteer nurse for 3 months. I also worked as a volunteer nurse at Tarlac Provincial Hospital - Emergency Room, a tertiary hospital with 200-bed capacity. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time here and my experience in the Emergency Unit has given me the exceptional capacity to multitask and manage competing priorities easily while also delivering superior patient care. I have outstanding interpersonal and communication skills when dealing with patients, families and other team members, and great accuracy in patient history, charting and other documentation. I am committed to the care and treatment of patients of all different ages and medical histories, and I think I would be a good candidate for this role. Please see my resume for additional information on my experience I am available for interview at any time. Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to meeting you.

Yours sincerely,

Elmer B. Lacuesta, R.N., C.R.N.
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