Chiropractic Assistant Cover Letter Sample

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Writing a Chiropractic Assistant Cover Letter? So, use this sample cover letter as a template for your successful chiropractic assistant cover letter.

chiropractic assistant Cover Letter

Mike Logan
231 12th Street
Newark, NJ 30009
(202) 555-1234
mike@email.com

September 5, 2019

Larry Miller
HR Manager
ABC Company
Cherry Hill, NJ 08048

Dear Mr. Miller,

I am happy to learn of an employment opportunity in ABC Company for a chiropractic assistant. I find it especially rewarding and challenging working in startups, which is why I have been working in XYZ Company for the past three years.

In my career, so far, I have taken on more and more responsibilities so that I have extensive experience as a chiropractic assistant that is highly relevant to the position in your  including:

  • Taught and monitored patients performing rehab exercises
  • Worked with the front desk staff to optimize patient satisfaction
  • Provided the Doctor with information about the patient’s response to treatment
  • Completed all required clinical documentation accurately
  • Maintained a clean and safe physical environment

I would appreciate the opportunity to meet with you and discuss the requirements along with my qualifications in more detail. My resume is enclosed for your further consideration.

I will call you in the next few days to follow-up and see if there is a suitable time to arrange an interview. In the meantime, you can reach me at (202) 555-1234 or by email at mike@email.com.

Thank you for considering my application.

Sincerely,

Mike Logan
List of enclosures (resume)

Cover Letter Tips:

• The letter should be short and to the point. No more than one page.
• The sentences should also be short. 
• The letter should be written on the same paper as the resume and use the same font and header.
• The font should be easy to read and not larger than 12pt or smaller than 10pt.
• The letter should be included with the resume.
• The letter should be typed in formal business-letter style and not handwritten.

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