The summer months of 2023 bring new tenders for healthcare professionals in Scandinavia

12. May 2023.

The Scandinavian countries – Sweden, Norway and Denmark – have announced tenders for healthcare workers who want to be permanently employed and build a further career in Scandinavian hospitals. Tenders are open during July and August, digital interviews with interested candidates are scheduled for September, while a paid hospital visit is planned for October. Healthcare workers who get a job and accept it can expect to start working in Scandinavia between March and May 2024. Applications for tenders are open until August 28, 2023, and you can count on our help when creating your portfolios for these tenders.

Denmark is looking for the largest number of specialist doctors, as well as nurses, so tenders are open for:

  • Radiology specialists
  • specialists in Forensic Psychiatry
  • Dentists for office takeover positions
  • specialists in Emergency medicine
  • specialist in Internal medicine with one of the subspecializations (Gastroenterology, Pulmonology, Cardiology or Geriatrics)
  • specialists in Pathology
  • specialists in Urology
  • nurses with experience in Geriatrics or Pulmonology

Sweden has open competitions for:

  • Ophthalmology specialists (with working experience within Paediatric ophthalmology)
  • specialists in Pathology
  • specialists in Clinical chemistry/Laboratory medicine (candidates need to be medical doctors, specialised in Clinical chemistry or Laboratory medicine)
  • specialists in Family medicine
  • Psychiatry specialists
  • specialists in Pulmonology

Norway, during the Summer months, is searching for medical doctors:

  • specialists in Pathology
  • specialists in Family medicine
  • specialists in Endocrinology
  • specialists in Pulmonology
  • specialists in Radiology
  • specialists in Psychiatry

Scandinavian countries bring many charms to the lovers of nature and outdoor activities, to those who enjoy balancing work and private life and appreciate history and culture. Excellent working conditions in Scandinavian countries are the result of a society that invests in its members, so the well-being of doctors is as important as the well-being of patients. This means that it is important to use breaks during working hours, to have a daily number of patients to whom the doctor can devote himself, and to invest in further education and specialization. An excellent healthcare system, accessible education and a developed industry ensure that Sweden, Denmark and Norway are the most desirable destinations for life. Find out more about the health system in Sweden here.

Learn more about the experiences of other candidates in the reviews.

Each application is informative and an ideal opportunity to see how everything works in Scandinavia. We highly recommend it to everyone as it gives you a whole new perspective on employment in the Scandinavian healthcare system.

When applying, you must attach your portfolio, which consists of:

  • CV in English in the form required by Scandinavian hospitals (we provide you with a template)
  • Motivation letter in English (we also provide you with a template)
  • Scan of diplomas and certificates of passed specialist exam translated into English
  • Two recommendations from colleagues you work with or have worked with
  • A hypothetical Swedish/Norwegian/Danish language learning plan – which we plan together.

Contact us for information and a conversation via e-mail info@incor.hr or the contact form below so that we can help you make the right decision for you and your family.