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tricky vicky

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Hi eveyone ! I need a bit of help. i have to write a referral letter for my NVQ and i'm not really sure what to say on it ! can anyone give me some ideas. I have to do it tonight to hand it in tomorrow!
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Hi Vicky

What treatment is your referral for? Might just be able to help you...had to do several letters for VTCT courses I've done in the past

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Hi eveyone ! I need a bit of help. i have to write a referral letter for my NVQ and i'm not really sure what to say on it ! can anyone give me some ideas. I have to do it tonight to hand it in tomorrow!
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Vicky
 

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sarahp said:
Hi Vicky

What treatment is your referral for? Might just be able to help you...had to do several letters for VTCT courses I've done in the past
Hi thanks it's just a general letter if i have to reffer anyone to the doctor, just not sure really how to word it!
Vicky
 

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I used to be a medical secretary and you would be suprised at the shortness of the referal letters. My guess would be something on the lines of........

Your Business Name
Put your business address here

Date.............

With reference to Mrs Mary Smith. (Her address)..........

Dear Dr ..........
I would be pleased if you would take a look at a client of mine who is presenting with.......blah blah (whatever you have noticed on the nails/fingers etc.). This lady came to me as a client wanting nail enhancements but I was unable to complete the treatment as the previously mentioned symptoms are a contraindication condition.

Yours sincerely

(your name)
(your business address.)
 

tricky vicky

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[Thanks so much that will help ! i tried to make a start myself and i will add some of your letter to it !
thanks again the next thing i have to do is an after care leaflet lol !at least i have one of those i can get ideas off of

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As Val said, most letters are short. My letter is as follows:

Dear

Subject: Consent to Complimentary Therapy

A patient of yours, , has requested a body massage treatment.

After carrying out a consultation I learned that he/she is suffering from .

I would, therefore, be grateful if you would indicate by signing the attached, if you think is suitable for treatment.



Sincerely,

Sarah Parker

Holistic Therapist






Client Name:________________

Consent Form


The above treatment you have requested is suitable/unsuitable for the above named client.





Signed: Date:


It's also a good idea to include a SAE with your letter, that way you'll certain to get a reply.

Good luck :wink2:
 

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