We have a range of doctor jobs in Scandinavia. In Denmark, we have jobs for hospital specialists in Anaesthetics, Surgery, Psychiatry, Endocrinology, Neurology, Pathology, Radiology, Rheumatology, Urology and Dentistry.
In Sweden we have jobs for Pathologists and Psychiatrists.
Denmark is the southern most and smallest of the Scandinavian countries. It is a prosperous country with a well respected healthcare system. The country is made up of a main peninsula running from the border with Germany (Hamburg is the nearest German city) towards Sweden and several large islands to the east of the peninsula. Copenhagen is the capital with a population of just over 600,000. Other big cities are Aarhus (250,000), Odense (166,000) and Aalborg (102,000).
Sweden is a highly economically developed country, ranking as fourth most competitive country in the world in 2012 at the World Economic Forum. It is also one of the largest countries in Europe. Sweden is highly regarded as very well run by its government and largely trouble free.
Most of Sweden enjoys a temperate climate, typically 20-25 degrees celsius in the summer in central Sweden, though temperates are quite different in the north and south and winters are often below zero.
For more information on living in Sweden, there is a detailed account from one of our colleagues in the Living and Working page.
Let us know if you’ve got any questions or queries about working as a doctor in Sweden
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