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Specializes in LTC. Has 7 years experience.

I had an interview for a job in a local nursing home with a great reputation. It went well. The interviewer talked alot about the job and hiring procress. She asked to tell me about myself, my strengths that I have to give(not weaknesses) and what shifts I am able to work(all shifts). Also she mentioned something about my current retail job giving me benefits.

Then she took me on a tour of the facility which I am guessing is a good sign. It was gorgeous. Very clean, the staff was so nice and welcoming.

But as we got back to the front she asked me if I was CPR certified. I am not. So I am taking a BLS class within the next week.

I want to send a thank you letter but I didn't get her last name and she stated her position I am assuming it was the director of nursing. I was so shaky I can't remmeber. I just got her first name. How should I address the letter?

Call the facility and just make an inquiry as to who is the director of the facility and who you would address your resume to if you were to send it in? Tell them you would like to have a contact name ;)

Forever Sunshine, ASN, RN

Specializes in LTC. Has 7 years experience.

I gave her a copy of my resume during the interview.

I understand that but you can get a name that way if you really want one for your thank you without calling and saying "I don't know her name"

Forever Sunshine, ASN, RN

Specializes in LTC. Has 7 years experience.

I called up. The girl working I talked to didn't know her last name either.