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327 Wonder Lane ● Augusta, GA 35001 ● (005) 666-1222 ● victoria @ email . com
January 23, 2016
Mr. Derrick Felix
82 Rolex Sq
Augusta, GA 35001
Dear Mr. Felix:
Do you seek a highly experienced and passionate nurse midwife who is dedicated to total wellbeing of mothers and well-versed with latest GYNN/OB practices?
If so, you will be interested in my qualifications. As a certified nurse midwife, I am eager to bring a track record of providing patients with high quality antepartum, interpartum and postpartum care.
Through my 5+ years’ hands-on experience as a midwife, I have developed strong expertise in providing prenatal care and consulting with senior staff in case of any complication. Working in the busy OB/GYN department has polished my skills of task prioritization, record-keeping and emergency cases handling.
I would like to meet with you in order to discuss how my profile complements your Midwife position. I intend to make a follow up call next week to answer any queries you may have regarding my qualifications and to set up a convenient interview date and time. If you need to speak earlier, please feel free to call me at (005) 666-1222.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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