Sample "Letter of Recommendation From Doctor for Medical Assistant"

A Letter of Recommendation From a Doctor for a Medical Assistant is a written statement prepared by the physician on behalf of their former or current student or colleague to support their job application for the position of a medical assistant. Prepared by the person who has supervised or simply observed the studies or work of the job candidate for a significant period of time, this document will increase the applicant's chances to get a job.

Here is how a doctor should provide a recommendation for the job of a medical assistant:

  1. Introduce yourself to the recipient and explain why are you writing the letter.
  2. Describe under which circumstances you have met the job candidate, how long you have worked together, or how long you have observed them, to make an honest assessment of their abilities.
  3. List accomplishments, skills, and personal qualities that make the applicant perfect for the medical assistant position. You may write down specific examples that illustrate your point - whether you have taught that person or worked together as equals or as a superior and subordinate. Emphasize this individual's dedication to the medical profession - you can tell the reader what inspired them to choose a career in healthcare.
  4. Add your contact details and ask the medical facility representative to reach out to you if they have additional questions or concerns.
  5. Sign and date the letter. Give it to the job applicant to attach it to their documentation or send it directly to the healthcare facility - ask the candidate which option is necessary.

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[Date]
To whom it may concern,
I am writing this recommendation letter on behalf of Jane Doe, who has worked as a
medical assistant here at St. Jude Hospital for the past 7 years. My name is Dr. John
Doe and I have been overseeing her progress throughout her time here. I have been a
practicing doctor in this hospital for 18 years and it has been an honor to work
alongside such a professional, reliable, and mindful individual.
During her first few years, Jane provided excellent service to patients in all units. Jane
is very experienced in patient care, admitting patients, performing histories and
physicals, and discharging patients. She can multi-task to a high degree and can relay
numerous patient evaluations by memory. Up to the point when she was reassigned to
the urgent care unit, patients would often request Jane specifically.
Jane gained a great deal of knowledge working in the urgent care unit, where she was
able to demonstrate her skills and efficiency. Doctors were impressed by her natural
talent and, before long, she was performing minor operations. Jane works well both
independently and with other PA’s, nurses, and doctors. She brings is lively and
knows when to provide the much-needed support to her coworkers.
Please give Jane your closest consideration for the position you have available at
Glendale Hospital. I will miss working with Jane, but I know that she is a perfect fit
for the job you offer. Please contact me at johndoe@gmail.com if further information
is required for her application.
Sincerely,
John Doe, M.D
[Signature]
St. Jude Hospital
[Date]
To whom it may concern,
I am writing this recommendation letter on behalf of Jane Doe, who has worked as a
medical assistant here at St. Jude Hospital for the past 7 years. My name is Dr. John
Doe and I have been overseeing her progress throughout her time here. I have been a
practicing doctor in this hospital for 18 years and it has been an honor to work
alongside such a professional, reliable, and mindful individual.
During her first few years, Jane provided excellent service to patients in all units. Jane
is very experienced in patient care, admitting patients, performing histories and
physicals, and discharging patients. She can multi-task to a high degree and can relay
numerous patient evaluations by memory. Up to the point when she was reassigned to
the urgent care unit, patients would often request Jane specifically.
Jane gained a great deal of knowledge working in the urgent care unit, where she was
able to demonstrate her skills and efficiency. Doctors were impressed by her natural
talent and, before long, she was performing minor operations. Jane works well both
independently and with other PA’s, nurses, and doctors. She brings is lively and
knows when to provide the much-needed support to her coworkers.
Please give Jane your closest consideration for the position you have available at
Glendale Hospital. I will miss working with Jane, but I know that she is a perfect fit
for the job you offer. Please contact me at johndoe@gmail.com if further information
is required for her application.
Sincerely,
John Doe, M.D
[Signature]
St. Jude Hospital