From our doctors’ experiences to valuable information and advice about living and working in Scandinavia.
A recent study shows that Swedish GPs top the list in time dedicated to each patient with an average time of 22.5 minutes per patient. This is mainly due to a very including doctor-patient relationship.
Working conditions in the south and east of Europe are often considered worse than in northern Europe due to low remuneration and long working hours. MediCarrera has helped many healthcare specialists and their families improve their life...
Mirko, a Neurologist from Croatia, found work in Denmark & moved to Aalborg through MediCarrera to develop his career in the Scandinavian healthcare sector.
Lukasz is a General Surgeon from Poland who moved to Mo I Rana in Norway with his family, after he was offered a job position at the local hospital.
Aloys, Neurologist from Belgium, moved to Norway to work in the Scandinavian healthcare at the Mosjøen Hospital in Norway with the help of MediCarrera.
Miriam and her Italian husband moved to Denmark in June 2016, because she was offered a job position in the neurological department in Region Midt, Denmark.
Nathalie and her family chose to move to Denmark when she got a job offer with MediCarrera as a Pulmonologist in the Scandinavian Healthcare sector.
Gustav, a trained Psychiatrist from Slovakia, and his partner from the Czech Republic moved to Denmark when Gustav was offered a job position in the Scandinavian healthcare sector.
Dimitris, a Psychiatrist from Greece, shares his experience of finding a job position in Denmark with MediCarrera and relocating there with his family.
Mihai is an Adult Psychiatrist from Romania who moved to Sweden with his wife & their young daughter. He chose MediCarrera because of their family concept.