Your path to a medical career in Scandinavia
Permanent positions in the public healthcare system in Sweden, Norway and Denmark, for specialist doctors, dentists and nurses with intensive language course for the family.
Medical Jobs in Sweden, Norway and Denmark
Years of valuable experience
Doctors & nurses have joined our program
Still work in the same place after 2 years
Family members have learned the language
A career in Scandinavian healthcare could be a change to a higher quality in your professional and family life. Moving to another country can provide outstanding opportunities for personal and professional development.
The world’s 8th highest per capita income, strong economic growth, gender equality, family-focused policies with 480 days of paid parental leave, Sweden’s reputation is second to none.
Norway has the 4th highest per capita income in the world. The country maintains a Nordic welfare model with universal health care, subsidised higher education, and a comprehensive social security system.
Work-life balance, flexible working conditions & social support networks, including parental leave & childcare facilities, put Denmark at the top of the international equality league table & contribute to a high standard of living.
General Surgeon from Poland
working in Norway
“Today I’ve talked to my boss and we have planned what I’ll be working with during the next six months and even my development for the next two years. This makes me feel positive and see a bright future in Sweden.”
MERCEDES & JORGE
Ophthalmologist & Paediatrician from Spain
working in Sweden
Specialist in Oncology from Croatia
working in Denmark
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