Scandinavia & Germany Doctor Jobs

We have a range of doctor jobs in Scandinavia & Germany.

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.

In Germany, we expect to have vacancies in:

  • General Practice
  • Registrar & Consultant level medicine jobs in areas such as Internal Medicine, A&E, Rheumatology, Haematology, Elderly Care and Cardiology
  • Registrar & Consultant level jobs in Anaesthetics and ICU


If you’d like to discuss a move to Scandinavia or Germany, please either call me, Paul Brooks, on 01483 763102 or email

Doctor Jobs in Scandinavia

Most of the jobs we have are in the northern part of Sweden – near to the Gulf of Bothnia. The jobs are long term and the client hospitals will help you to move to Sweden with your family, learn Swedish and settle into the local community. Although distant from the rest of Europe, Northern Sweden is a good place to live, with a well organised society and sense of community.

We also have some jobs in the central part of Sweden – to the north west and south west of Stockholm

In Denmark, the jobs are across the country

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).


Doctor jobs in Germany

The jobs we have in Germany are at Consultant level and middle grade level in the major hospitals around Germany. These are in big towns and are generally good places to live with high quality local facilities such as supermarkets, cinemas and housing. Most places are within easy travel distance of the main airports.

Prices for accommodation are typically €500 to €1200 per month for a two bedroom apartment. Travel by train or bus is relatively inexpensive but other costs for food, energy and telephones are pretty much the same as other EU countries.

General Requirements

To apply for one of our specialist posts in Germany, you will need to have an EU recognized specialist title, to apply for a middle grade post you just have to have a recognized primary medical qualification – plus a detailed CV,  the ability to get full registration with the German medical authorities– and fluent German.