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How to Write a Professional Nursing Cover Letter Using the (5-Step)Experiencewise Formulae

Last Updated on November 2, 2022 by

A professional nursing cover letter is influential when applying for any nursing post not only in the United States but also in other major countries. Most nursing job applicants within the nursing fraternity remember to include this letter in their application documents but only a few utilize a tried and tested approach for writing and presenting the letter.

As the largest workforce in the healthcare industry, nurses are expected to be organized, articulative, alert, and professionally presented.

These qualities should also be reflected on job application documents of which a cover letter is one of them.


In this post, we would like to discuss:

Experiencewise Formulae: Step-by-Step Process for Writing a Unique and Professional Nursing Cover Letter


The Experiencewise Formular is based on the ability of a nurse/ a practitioner to be well versed with the requirements of the job that they are applying for while at the same time summarizing their experience in a way that fits the job description.

This approach follows the following steps;

Step 1: Header Information 

Conventionally, the header section is where anyone writing a nursing cover letter is expected to indicate details such as full names, email addresses, mobile/phone numbers, and residential addresses, and a nursing cover letter is not an exception.

NOTE: Make sure you include the date after the aforementioned information.

After Writing your contact information, include the recipient’s contact information (optional).

Step 2: Professional Greeting 

With the era of shorthand information, the chances are high that one might forget to greet the recipients. In this regard, it is important to convey your greeting using “Dear Sir/ Madam” or “Dear Human Resource Manager” based on the outlined recipient.

Step 3: Opening Paragraph & Background Information 

It would be prudent if you always considered your opening paragraph as a pitch that is meant to capture the attention of the hiring manager or the recruiter. Notably, don’t try to exaggerate or ‘over impress’ the recruiter or hiring manager. Just be clear, honest, and precise.

NOTE: Ensure that you include the position that you are applying for and briefly indicate why you are applying for the post/position.

Do not also forget specific details about the post and its suitability based on your professional experience.

Here is a sample of an opening paragraph:

Upon reading and succinctly evaluating the advertisement on the U.S Job Review website, I was motivated to reach out and offer this cover letter and the attached resume to formalize my interest. I am currently in the process of relocating to Maryland, and I feel that your core mission and workplace culture align with the ideals and professional experience I have to offer as a Registered Nurse (RN). In this regard, I hereby write this letter in reference to the Geriatric Nurse position.

Step 4: Qualifications & Experience 

This paragraph should focus on exploring your career in nursing and the skillset that you have garnered from your professional knowledge and experience. Remember to be specific. 

Try to include relevant professional examples that resonate with the specific post that you are applying for.

Most importantly, briefly highlight your qualifications and experience.

Here is a sample of the paragraph:

I am confident in my collective skills and experience, which I garnered throughout my five years of practice, and I believe that I would be a great fit for the above-mentioned position. I have a vast knowledge of geriatric care, a professional attitude, a proactive work ethic, and strong organizational skills. Furthermore, I am committed to providing support that is backed by actions and desired outcomes. I have consistently delivered in a way that meets and exceeds expectations regardless of how challenging the current situation is and look forward to offering the same level of performance to your reputable organization.

Step 5: Conclusion 

Conventionally, most people would try to write a lengthy concluding paragraph that makes them ‘salesy’. However, I suggest that you should always make your cover letter ‘short and sweet.’ 

In this regard, try to summarize some of the necessary information that appertains to the position. Since you will attach your CV/ Resume with the cover letter, you can link the paragraph with the additional documents.

Here is an example of a paragraph for concluding your letter:

I have enclosed my resume to provide you with additional details regarding my background and qualifications. I appreciate your reviewing the attached documents and the opportunity to meet with you to discuss your expectations for this position and how I can be of help. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Thank you.

Don’t forget to end your letter formally. For instance, you can conclude with “sincerely” or even “Respectfully” and then write your official names

Sample Professional Nursing Cover Letter


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