Reports of our candidates who moved to Scandinavia

22. July 2020.

Saša Strahija – Eskilstuna (Sweden) – emergency medicine

I came to INCOR by searching the Internet for agencies that mediate the departure of doctors. Already at the first inquiry I quickly got the answer and the information that interested me, so I decided to go with you.

The dialogue in the process of finding a position and relocating to Sweden was fine. We had a few problems with the relocation itself and it turned out to be more stressful than we had planned, but in the end, it turned out well. The foreign language school is excellent. To be true, it’s very complicated and hard to learn a new language, but everyone is happy with the level of language we’ve learned which is great. We had help in organizing the arrival and we managed to find a very nice apartment in Eskilstuna. We are currently satisfied with life and what the city has to offer, although my wife is still looking for a job which I hope she will find soon so that everything will be even better.

The very beginning was difficult, especially considering that we came just before the pandemic. I imagined the system in the hospital a little differently and I didn’t know who to turn to for help, but now that some time has passed, the situation is better than it was at the beginning and I am happy where I am.

Mirela – (Sweden) – pathologist

We have been here for 10 months and it is very nice. Currently, we are enjoying the summertime and we took advantage of the warmer weather to stay in nature and near the lakes that Sweden is full of.

We found you by looking for job advertisements on the Internet. Just at that time, a competition opened in Sweden, which we applied for, and my husband and I were given a place in the same hospital. Everything went quite smoothly, the hospital did everything as they stated. Although at the beginning we thought it was a slightly smaller hospital, we got used to it because it is not “just working until you find yourself unconscious”, interpersonal relationships are right and they highly respect your time. There are a lot of colleagues from different countries in the hospital and my ward. They are all very friendly, and in general, the whole country is quite multicultural and open.

In communication during the process, I liked the approach to the whole project and the fact that we could talk about everything in Croatian. It was not always easy, but your colleague Zrinka helped with everything and instructed us what exactly we need to do and where to do it.

Children in Sweden have plenty of opportunities which are offered to them, so our girl did great in high school she came to and she is happy with the way they are working with them. They are well informed and organized, so it is easier for kids to cope in a different environment than the one they are used to.

The first apartment we came to didn’t suit us very well, but it was what we managed to find then. In the meantime, we found a new apartment that is much better for us, so we moved and now we are much better.


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