Hi, I'm trying to apply for an upcoming nursing training program and would appreciate if someone can check my cover letter b4 I send it. Thank you so much!!! its posted below:

I am writing to express my great interest and enthusiasm in obtaining a position in 123 Hospital’s perinatal training program. I’m a capable and experience register nurse with an excellent education from 345 College. Since graduating I have developed and practiced my nursing skills as a registered nurse on a Med/Surge unit at . In addition to my Med/Surge experience, I have precepted at ABC’s Labor and Delivery unit under the direct supervision from the Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist.

A few of the skills I have developed while precepting on a high acute Labor and Delivery unit are Fetal Heart Monitoring, assisting with epidural placement, complicated births, cesarean birth, alternative pain management and monitoring mother and baby for post partum complications. Additionally, to these perinatal skills, I can also contribute the knowledge I have developed while working as a Med/Surge RN, such as blood transfusion, IV administration, aseptic techniques, wound care, phlebotomy, advocating for the patient and acting as an intermediary between family, patients and physicians.

As a nurse I enjoy the incredible relationship that I have developed with my patients. I especially enjoyed the special companionship and bonding that perinatal nurses develop with laboring mothers and their families. I thoroughly enjoyed this experience and would like to continue the skills and memories I have acquired in my preceptorship and as a med-surge nurse and bring them to such an esteem teaching hospital as UCSF.

I would like to schedule an interview with you at your earliest convenience for an opportunity to discuss my other skills and abilities. My phone number is (999) 999-9999, and e-mail is Email Removed. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you for your time and consideration.
Hi,

The term 'cover letter' means a letter that is sent along with a copy of your resume.

Are you sending a resume with this, or is this letter meant to contain all of the relevant information about you, your skills and your work history?

Best wishes Clive
Oh yes, there is a resume, its an old resume that I had the career center look at and corrected before I graduated from nursing school, but unfortunately since I'm not a student anymore, I can't use the career center's resources again to correct my cover letter. Thank you very much. Gini
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Hi Gini,

Sorry, I don't understand. Are you sending just this letter, or sending both this letter and a resume?

Clive
Hi Clive,
I will send my old resume with this letter. Thank you. Gini
Hi Gini,

I am writing to express my great interest in and enthusiasm about obtaining a position in 123 Hospital’s perinatal training program. I am a capable and experienced Registered Nurse with an excellent education from 345 College. Since graduating, I have developed and practiced my nursing skills as an RN in a Med/Surge unit at ABC Medical Center. In addition to my Med/Surge experience, I have precepted wrong word? or is it a technical word? Worked ?? in ABC’s Labor and Delivery unit under the direct supervision of the Perinatal is it perinatal or prenatal ? Clinical Nurse Specialist.

A few of the skills I have developed while precepting in a highly? acute Labor and Delivery unit are Fetal Heart Monitoring, assisting with epidural placement, dealing with complicated and cesarean births, managing alternative pain control, and monitoring mother and baby for post-partum complications. In addition to these perinatal skills, I can also contribute the knowledge I have developed while working as a Med/Surge RN, such as blood transfusion, IV administration, aseptic techniques, wound care, phlebotomy, advocating for the patient and acting as an intermediary between family, patients and physicians.

As a nurse I enjoy the incredible relationship that I have developed with my patients. I especially enjoy the special companionship and bonding that perinatal nurses develop with laboring mothers and their families. I thoroughly enjoy this experience and would like to continue to develop the skills I have acquired in my preceptorship and as a med-surge nurse. I hope to bring them to such an esteemed teaching hospital as UCSF.

I would like to schedule an interview with you at your earliest convenience for an opportunity to discuss my application, as well as my other skills and abilities as outlined in my attached resume.. My phone number is (999) 999-99, and my e-mail is Google@gmail.com. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Good luck with this. If you have any more questions, please post again.

Clive
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