Diagnostic Information Letter

If you are treating a patient who has taken some tests, you can use this diagnostic information letter to inform them of their diagnosis.

[Recipient’s Name] 

[Recipient’s Address] 

[City, State, ZIP] 

[Subject: Mention The [Test Name] Diagnosis Results – Use Bold Formatting] 


Dear [Patient]’s name, 

I am [Sender’s Name], and I am writing you from [Practice’s Name] about the test results you had taken on [Mention the Date]. 

According to your test results, you have tested positive for [the name of the disease]. The intent of this letter is not to fret you, however. On the contrary, I feel delighted to tell you that your disease has been in its initial stages and will barely cause you any harm, provided that we take instant measures. 

While [disease name] can be fatally dangerous in later stages, initially, it’s not that harmful. I request you to visit my office imminently to discuss a plan of action at your convenience. We will find some medications and follow medical procedures to rid you of this ailment and allow you to be free of this disease again. 

If you have any further questions about the diagnosis, please don’t hesitate to discuss it with me. You can visit my office during my office hours, [mention office hours] to be exact. Otherwise, you can also contact me through [provide contact number] or write to me at [email address]. 

I suggest you take prompt action on this diagnosis. Here’s to hoping to hear from you soon. 


[Sender’s Name]

[Institue Name]

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