If you are a qualified nurse who has found a new role and you are looking to resign from your current position, then you need to write a detailed resignation letter stating that you are resigning from your current role.
You could simply be going to a new nursing role or you could be relocating, moving from NHS to the private sector or vice versa, whichever reason you will need to try and explain this to your current employer so that they can understand and hopefully wish you well.
If you are looking at how best to write this resignation letter, please see the below example.
Nurse Resignation Letter Example
Mr. A. Employee
1, My House
Mrs. A. Manager
Resignation from my position as a Nurse (any department etc)
Please accept this letter as my formal resignation from my position of Nurse. In accordance with my terms and conditions my last working day will be XXXX.
I have spent a great deal of time looking at my options and trying to come to the right decision and I feel that I have now made the right decision. I have found a new role in (different area of nursing, sector, private or NHS etc, any reasons but keep it constructive. You could also be getting a new promotion through leaving this role to a more senior role.
I would be grateful if you would forward my P45 and any outstanding monies to my address (as above or detail here where you would like it sending to). I understand that my final pay will include any holiday pay that I have not taken during this holiday year.
Thank you for giving me this opportunity, I have learnt a great deal in my role as Nurse and feel that this has been very valuable for my future career.
I would like to wish you all the very best for the future of your department.