Resignation Letter [Due to Health Issues]

Learn how to create a health-related resignation letter. Use our sample resignation letters for health reasons as a starting point for writing your own impressive resignation letter.

Sample 1 - Resignation Letter Due To Health issues

[Date]

[Manager’s Name]
[Manager’s Title]
[Company Name]

Dear [Mr./Ms. Name of Manager]:

It is with great regret that I must inform you that in two weeks’ time I am resigning from the position of [Art Department Director]. 

I understand that my departure will cause a disruption, and I will do everything in my power to facilitate the smooth transition of duties to my replacement.

My decision to resign is not due to any shortcomings from this company, but to a recent diagnosis of a severe health problem. I was advised by my physician to cease working as soon as possible. 

With much consideration, I must agree with my doctor’s recommendation, because I cannot function at the typical level that I have no doubt you have come to expect, and focus on my health at the same time.

While working here, the support and encouragement I have received and the connections I have made, both professional and personal, have been invaluable. 

I will miss the challenging nature of my work and the enjoyable atmosphere and coworkers. I will always be grateful.

Sincerely, 

[Signature]
[Your Name]

sample 2 - Resignation Letter Due To Health Issues

[Date]

[Manager’s Name]
[Manager’s Title]
[Company Name]

Dear [Mr./Ms. Name of Manager]:

Accept this letter of resignation from the post of [Job Title], which will take effect tomorrow. The most of you are aware that I am departing owing to my mother’s battle with stage 4 cancer. I’ve enjoyed working at [business name] and will miss my coworkers.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if there is anything I can do to help further any projects even after I go. [Phone number] or [email address] are the two ways to contact me.

Sincerely, 

[Signature]
[Your Name]

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