In the Danish Healthcare sector, you will get one of the best work/life balances in the world, get your opinion heard in a workplace with a flat hierarchy and get great career advancement opportunities.
There is a big focus on research in Denmark, and we urge you to keep learning throughout your career.
Danish hospitals and private companies are mainly looking for Medical Specialists, Nurses, Dentists, Dentist Assistants, Health Care Workers, and other specialities. And the normal place of employment will be with the different regions, municipalities or private clinics.
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Will the language be an issue, working in a hospital or private health clinic?
As long as you have a good command of the English or German language, you will be off to a good start.
If you want to work in the public healthcare system, you will be required to learn Danish upon arrival and a language course will often be a part of the contract. Sometimes it even includes a language course for your spouse. Furthermore, the municipality will offer your children special support when they start in daycare/school. In many municipalities in Denmark, they have and want to work in the Danish healthcare system (public or private sector), you need to obtain a Danish authorisation as a doctor, dentist, nurse, or any other
If you are an EU/EEA/Swiss citizen and want to work in the Danish healthcare system (public or private sector), you need to obtain a Danish authorisation as a doctor, dentist, nurse, or any other medical professional.
You can read about the process and apply here (new tab).
If your nationality is from outside the EU/EEA/Switzerland and you want to work in the Danish healthcare system (public or private sector) you need to obtain a Danish authorisation as a doctor, dentist, nurse or any other type of medical professional.
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