Doctors often need the assistance of physical therapists to give a particular type of treatment to patients. Due to this, doctors and PTs often remain in touch with each other. Physical therapists often write letters to doctors when they need referrals or recommendations from doctors.
To promote the business, a physical therapist generally contacts many people. One of the most frequently contacted people is doctors. Physicians can turn out to be very helpful for PTs as they write recommendations for them.
To write this letter in a good format include the following:
Mention the subject:
Physicians are generally busy people, and they don’t have time to read every correspondence they receive. So, if you want to letter your letter to not be ignored, add an attractive subject that captures the attention of the medical practitioner right away.
Address the doctor appropriately:
Make sure that you make use of the right tone and words when you address the doctor. This way, you will demonstrate that you hold respect for the doctor and his profession in your heart.
Give your introduction:
When you need to get any favor from the physician, make sure that you introduce yourself well. Mention your name, area of practice, name of the hospital where you practice, qualification, and much more.
Mention your purpose of writing:
Clearly state what made you write this letter. Your purpose should be clear, and the doctor should be able to understand it well.
I am Mr. ABC, working as a physical therapist for 5 years in my private clinic. I have completed my professional degree in physical therapy from (mention the name of institute). I initially worked in a private hospital with the collaboration of general physicians. I have extensive experience working with general physicians and know the needs and requirements to make the collaboration successful.
First, I would like to take this opportunity to appreciate you for the work you are doing. Your hospital is one of the best hospitals in the area due to the services it provides.
Second, I will share my concern with you as we belong to similar domains. I have been going through a serious financial crisis for the last 2 years. I was unable to pay my bills and rent to the clinic. Therefore, I had to shut it down.
Now, I am looking for a doctor who can collaborate with me since I have experience working with general physicians. It is my humble request to you to please allow me to open a small physical therapy center in your hospital. I will share 50% of my income with me.
Lastly, I am thankful to you for considering my request. I will look forward to a reply from you.
Subject: Request of [XYZ] from physical therapist
I am writing this letter to apply for the position of physical therapist that is vacant in your hospital. I am a licensed and qualified physical therapist who has been working as a therapist for more than 10 years. I am confident that my experience and knowledge will add so much value to your hospital.
I am adept at conducting tests and screening patients to provide them with better care. I also conduct various therapy sessions at different times of the year. My basic aim is always to increase the mobility of my patients.
You can check my profile as 85% of people have given positive reviews about my performance. I believe that I am skilled enough to be a useful addition to your hospital. You will never regret taking this decision.
If you want to know more about me, you can contact me on [TEXT]. I will be looking forward to your kind response.
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