Develop your medical career in Scandinavia for a better work-life balance.
Since 2003, MediCarrera helped more than 600 specialised doctors, nurses & dentists to start a new career in public hospitals, clinics and primary care centres in different regions in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. All MediCarrera services are financed by the employer and free of charge for you and your family.
For our recruitment projects, we are usually seeking specialist doctors in the following medical specialities for work in the Swedish, Norwegian and Danish public health service.
Healthcare Jobs IN SCANDINAVIA
There is a shortage of specialist nurses in Scandinavia which is expected to last for several years. Work as a nurse in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
Ophthalmologists are needed in Scandinavia because of the increased average life expectancy. Learn about the worklife in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
Play a key role in patient diagnosis in Scandinavia. Read more about working as a pathologist and find positions in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
Scandinavia is experiencing a shortage of anesthesiologists. Learn about working as a pain specialist in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
Especially Sweden is looking for cardiologists at the moment. Read about working in this speciality in Scandinavia and find available positions.
Help strengthen Scandinavia’s dental industry. Read more about working in Scandinavia and find work as a dentist in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
Diagnose and treat a wide range of different gastrointestinal conditions in Scandinavia. Work as a gastroenterologist in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
Scandinavia is in need of more geriatrics because of the increase in average age in the population. Find information about positions in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
Gynaecologists are currently needed in Scandinavia. Read about working as a gynaecologist and find positions in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
In Scandinavia, radiologists play a key role in the screening, diagnosis and monitoring of treatment. Find opportunities in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.