Resignation Letter for Nurses

When you decide to leave your job, you'll write a resignation letter to your employer as a formal way of notifying them that you're leaving.

If the letter is being sent as a hard copy, then it should be in the proper business format, otherwise, if the letter is being emailed, it should have an appropriate subject line and proper grammar.

How to Write
  1. Inform your employer that you're leaving and the date that you're leaving.
  2. If your departure is on good terms, you can let the employer know why you're leaving.
  3. Offer to help with the transition until you leave.
  4. Thank them for the opportunity that you received to work for your employer.


Sample Letter

Resignation Letter for a Nurse
Dear [Mr/Ms./Mrs. Last Name - Boss/Supervisor's name]:

I am writing to inform you that I am resigning from my current position, effective [Date].

My decision to leave was not an easy one. After much thought, I decided it was necessary to try new things and further my career.

I hope the transition will go smoothly. I am willing to help with the training of any new employee or anything else you might need.

Thank you and the other employees for all of your support and guidance. Working at [Current Organization's Name] has been an incredible experience, one I will not soon forget. You gave me the chance to work with industry leaders and to perfect and improve my skills.

I wish you and the staff the best of luck. Thank you for creating such a positive and supportive community. I wouldn't be the nurse I am today without your help. I hope to stay in touch with you and the rest of our team. Thank you again for all of your assistance.

All My Best,


[Your Name]
[Your Title]

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