Jobs for healthcare professionals in December: Denmark, Sweden, and Norway

06. November 2023.

New jobs for healthcare professionals in Denmark, Sweden, and Norway are here. You can choose between 40+ positions in over 20 branches of medicine, and we can help you apply! Take a look at all active job postings in December (12/2023) below and experience your Scandinavian fairytale.

Denmark

buildings and boats in Denmark
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Denmark has the highest number of open positions for specialist doctors in December. More specifically, there are 20+ different open positions in 12 branches of medicine:

  • Pulmology specialists – one open position
  • Gastroenterology specialists – one open position
  • Radiology specialists – four open positions
  • Psychiatry specialists – two open positions
  • Forensic psychiatry specialists – one open position
  • Urogynecology specialists – one open position
  • Dentists with over 3 years of work experience – open positions for taking over existing offices + private patients
  • Emergency medicine specialists – two open positions
  • Internal medicine specialists who are also cardiologists, gastroenterologists, pulmologists, or geriatricians – two open positions
  • Pathology specialists – one open position
  • Urology specialists – one open position
  • Clinical biochemistry specialists (doctors of medicine, specialists of clinical biochemistry/laboratory medicine) – two open positions

Why Denmark?

Many surveys indicate that Danes are one of the happiest people on the planet. The last such survey reveals that Denmark is the second happiest country in the world, right after Finland. There are many reasons why that’s so, but most emphasize low corruption levels, relatively easy access to high-quality education, and a top-notch healthcare system that is almost entirely financed through taxes.

In Denmark, you can expect a good balance between your professional and private life, development opportunities, and a 36-hour workweek. In your free time, you can enjoy hygge moments, which is how Danes describe a time during which they slow down and simply enjoy life. Relaxation is an important part of their culture.

How can we help you? If you’re interested in a position in Denmark, we can help you with the entire relocation and application process, including:

  • preparing your portfolio,
  • organizing a paid trip to the hospital (with no obligations on your end),
  • finding a paid language course,
  • finding and getting a scholarship,
  • finding accommodation,
  • organizing schools and kindergartens for children,
  • arranging business opportunities (for partners),
  • arranging mentorships during the first 6 months of work, and
  • constant support during the first 6 months so you can get accustomed to your new living and working environment more easily.

Sounds exactly like something you need? Contact us today and get a step closer to your desired life!

Sweden

Stockholm, Švedska
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You may find a job for yourself in Sweden among these 16 currently open positions:

  • Rehabilitation specialists – two open positions
  • Emergency medicine specialists – two open positions
  • Radiographers – four open positions
  • Psychiatry specialists – two open positions
  • Family medicine specialists – four open positions
  • Internal medicine specialist – two open positions
  • Pathology specialists – two open positions

Why Sweden?

Sweden is a rich country where everyone can find opportunities for themselves. It boasts a high living standard, a perfect balance between the private and professional life, and a superior education system.

Healthcare workers are encouraged to attend trainings financed by employers. The 40-hour workweek is the norm, but every workday also includes so-called fika pauses — at least one, and usually two. These are coffee breaks, which you can spend alone or with your colleagues. Besides this benefit, you can also expect better pay than in many European countries and frequent opportunities for bonuses.

“Sweden (…) takes care of the people who work and live here, appreciates them, invests in them,” concludes one of our candidates who moved to Sweden himself.

How can we help you? If you’re interested in a position in Sweden, we can help you with the entire relocation and application process, including:

  • preparing your portfolio,
  • organizing a paid trip to the hospital (with no obligations on your end),
  • finding a paid language course,
  • finding and getting a scholarship,
  • finding accommodation,
  • organizing schools and kindergartens for children,
  • arranging business opportunities (for partners),
  • arranging mentorships during the first 6 months of work, and
  • constant support during the first 6 months so you can get accustomed to your new living and working environment more easily.

Sounds exactly like something you need? Contact us today and get a step closer to your desired life!

Norway

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Norway has a total of 4 open positions in December:

  • Psychiatry specialists – one open position
  • Endocrinology specialists – one open position
  • Internal medicine specialists with a subspecialization (pulmology, gastroenterology, nephrology, cardiology, or geriatrics) – two open positions

Why Norway?

Just like Sweden, Norway is a rich and stable country that offers its workers excellent pay and many opportunities for bonuses. The 40-hour workweek is the norm here as well, but fika pauses are becoming quite common here, too. Norwegians are also among the best English speakers in the world, so you should have no issues with communication even if you don’t speak Norwegian.

Additionally, this Scandinavian country boasts exceptionally low crime rates and breathtaking landscapes. That’s precisely why many Norwegians spend the majority of their free time outdoors, and you can do the same.

How can we help you? If you’re interested in a position in Norway, we can help you with the entire relocation and application process, including:

  • preparing your portfolio,
  • organizing a paid trip to the hospital (with no obligations on your end),
  • finding a paid language course,
  • finding and getting a scholarship,
  • finding accommodation,
  • organizing schools and kindergartens for children,
  • arranging business opportunities (for partners),
  • arranging mentorships during the first 6 months of work, and
  • constant support during the first 6 months so you can get accustomed to your new living and working environment more easily.

Sounds exactly like something you need? Contact us today and get a step closer to your desired life!

Denmark, Sweden, and Norway: Bemanning / Extra jobb

For all existing specialists in the Scandinavian system, we have other opportunities — bemanning/extra job and a telemedicine service with job offers for Spring 2024. Contact us for help in preparing your portfolio and applying.

A Free PDF with More Job Details

Are you interested in one of the positions mentioned here? Contact us via the contact form below and we’ll send you a free PDF with more details about it. You can also contact us if you want to start the application process immediately and get acquainted with the next steps.