Resignation Letter from Fulltime to PRN Sample

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Shayna Booker

09/01/14

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Gwen Jesson, RN
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Dear Nurse Jesson,

This letter is to confirm our conversation of the other day where I informed you that I would like to drop from being a full-time RN to a PRN effective by September 15, 2014. My son has special needs for school and I need to be available to make sure that he gets what he needs.

I appreciate your understanding in this matter and I do understand the inconvenience that this creates for you. At the same time, I need to be sure to put the idea of caring for my family ahead of caring for others. I will still be available for a maximum of 20 hours per week of service and I may be available for extended shifts during the summer. I can let you know of my availability from a month to month basis.

Thank you for making this consideration for me, despite the obvious scheduling issues it causes for you and the organization. Please feel free to call me at 000-000-0000 or email me at email@email.com if you need any more information or if you need to discuss this issue further.

Sincerely Yours,

Natalie B. Harris, RN

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