Your future career is international
EU doctors: What's important for you and your family?
- work life balance
- Great health care
- a life by the sea
Medicolink will assist you in realizing the possibility of a job in Danish Health Care.
Our approach focuses on the well-being and
success of you and your family.
At Medicolink we strive to offer you a quality in service throughout the entire recruitment process.
Medicolink's staff knows from personal experience that it is a major decision to move to another country.
That is why we offer our full commitment not only to you as a candidate but to your family as well.
We focus on quality
Since 2007, Medicolink has proudly graduated 11 classes of medical professionals from a wide range of EU countries to work in Denmark.
Each class consists of about 8-10 candidates on average.
At Medicolink's offices in Budapest, we are a dedicated and still growing team with a recruitment focus on quality, not quantity.
Throughout the recruitment and qualifying process, we continuously keep in close contact with each candidate and your future
We provide you with all the necessary information and ensure that you get the best possible preparation to a new beginning.
Furthermore, we support you and your family during the entire process.
On these pages you will be able to read about our candidates' own experiences with the Medicolink Method: Our recruitment, qualification and
integration process. Specialist doctors like yourself offer their personal stories about the reasons why they decided to make use of Medicolink's
En god start - A good start
Read our book about a good start in Denmark
Our key staff is always ready to answer any questions you might have.
Ágnes teaches Danish to partners of Medicolink candidates. She has a BA in English and a MA in Scandinavian studies.
Allan works with the well-being and integration of candidates both in Budapest and in Denmark. He has a MA in English and Danish studies.
Anna works with recruitment and manages the Medicolink office. She holds MAs in English and Scandinavian studies.
Evelin's tasks involve assisting in administration and practicalities. She is currently completing her BA in Human Resources.
Karen teaches Danish, particularly conversational training. Karen holds a BA in Linguistics and is currently completing her MA in Rhetoric.
Kristóf works with recruitment and does various ad hoc tasks at the office. Currently, he is also doing a BA in history.
Kriszta works with recruitment and production of marketing materials. She speaks English, Italian, Spanish and Hungarian.
Mads is responsible for recruitment and client relations. He is MA in International Business and European Studies.
Mariann recruits dentists and also does marketing and administration. She has a MA in English studies.
Rasmus co-founded Medicolink in 2007, and he is working from Denmark with finances and administration. He is MA in History of Ideas and Information studies.
Réka teaches Danish and specialist language with a background in Scandinavian studies. She is also MA in Conference Interpreting.
Sára works with accommodation, administration and teaching. She is MA in Scandinavian and Dutch studies.
Tamás works mainly with recruitment. He is a qualified sociologist and speaks Hungarian, English, German and a little Italian.
Tue Sand Larsen
Tue co-founded Medicolink in 2007 and is in charge of all daily affairs in the Budapest office. He is MA in Nordic studies and occasionally does teaching as well.
Viktoria teaches Danish and specialist language with a background in Modern Languages and Literature studies and a degree in Translation.
Zsófia is responsible for the Danish language training course. She has a MA in Scandinavian studies.
A place for you and your family
Denmark’s population of just 5.6 million people inhabits a country in which no city is further than 50 kilometers away from the sea.
Nearly 10% of the population are immigrants.
The first World Happiness Report, commissioned for the UN in 2013, crowned Denmark as no less than the world's happiest nation
due to a strong social support system, freedom to live as one pleases, and low perceived business and government corruption.
Denmark prides itself on having a healthy work-life balance. The Danish welfare model, especially in regard to parental leave and childcare
facilities, not only puts Denmark at the top of the international equality league table, but also contributes to a generally high
standard of living.
In general, Danes work 37 hours a week. Specialist doctors in Danish hospitals enjoy the benefit of six weeks of paid vacation.
Most of the foreign doctors who come to Denmark speak highly about the work conditions in Danish hospitals. They find a reduced
stress level, well-equipped hospitals, and good career opportunities.
Read more about the various specialities from which we are doing ongoing recruitment.
OUR SATISFIED CLIENTS
Malene Virring Nielsen, Deputy Clinic Chief, Clinic for Children and Youth, Psychiatry, North Denmark Region
Mette Højgaard, Chief consultant, Nykøbing Falster Hospital, Zealand Region
Pernille Bang, HR consultant, Hospital unit Central, Central Denmark Region