Can we do anything for you?

Register to discover your career opportunities!
Interested?
Current positionsRegister your CV
 
 
 
 
EU doctors: What's important for you and your family?
 
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.
Your future career is international
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.
 
 
 
recruitment since 2007
We focus on quality
Since 2007, Medicolink has proudly graduated more than 100 medical professionals from a wide range of EU countries to work and live in Scandinavia.

At Medicolink's offices in Budapest and Ry (Denmark), 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 employer.

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.
Language qualification
We teach you Danish
 
 
 
 
Specialties
 
Read more about the various specialties from which we are doing ongoing recruitment.
Anaesthesiology
Anaesthesiology
Currently there is a bit of bottleneck in anaesthesiological subspecialties in Denmark. Too many doctors are retiring compared to the intake. More are being educated but for the older more experienced specialists this means time away from operation. Therefore there are great possibilities for specialists within anaesthesiology at the moment in Denmark.

Read more about Anaesthesiology
Cardiology
Cardiology
There is currently an increasing demand for cardiologists in the Danish healthcare system, and due to a longer life expectancy and an expected higher mean age of the Danish public, the need for more cardiologists is expected to continue. As a cardiologist, you will have several work options in Denmark: practicing as a medical specialist, staff specialist or as a clinical advisor.

Read more about Cardiology
Dentistry
Dentistry
If you like living in smaller towns with fresh air and great family opportunities there are at the moment good prospects in Denmark. Medicolink performs recruitment for Danish dental clinics, where the aim is for the dentist to be the sole owner of the clinic after a few years. Contact us for more information about our dentist model.

Read more about Dentistry
Family medicine
Family medicine
Some regions in Denmark are finding it increasingly difficult to find enough general practitioners (GPs) for their practices. This has led them to explore new options in order to satisfy the demand for GPs. Among other initiatives they are exploring international recruitment to fill the current lack of these specialized doctors.

Read more about Family medicine
General surgery
General surgery
There is a need for more surgeons in Denmark within many of the surgery subspecialties. This need stems from the fact that more operations are performed than earlier and the fact that surgeons are getting older and soon will be retiring faster than their ranks are being replenished.

Read more about General surgery
Geriatrics
Geriatrics
At the moment geriatrics is a highly sought after specialty in Denmark. Especially outside the larger cities. With an increasingly old population the Danish health sector is experiencing a surge in illnesses relevant to geriatrics as risks of illness increases exponentially with age. This means that the speciality is getting a lot focus at the moment and is developing continuously.

Read more about Geriatrics
Neurology
Neurology
Because of an aging population Denmark is facing a huge challenge now and in the future, as the risk of neurological problems grows exponentially with age. This in combination with a demand from the Danish people to be well functioning in their old age has led to large investments within the field of neurology and the creation of a range of new subspecialties.

Read more about Neurology
Orthopaedic surgery
Orthopaedic surgery
Orthopaedic surgery is receiving a lot of attention at the moment for its ground breaking research. There is especially focus on joint research and improving prosthetics. This focus is a consequence of the Danish demography, which in a few years will have a lot more old people than system has been geared to deal with. This also means increased funds for the field of field of orthopaedic surgery.

Read more about Orthopaedic surgery
Pathology
Pathology
In Denmark there is a growing focus on cancer and the preventive measures that can be taken in order catch cancer patients before their cancer becomes deadly. Among other initiatives the Danish health care authorities are now conducting regular mammography screenings to catch cases of breast cancer earlier. Pathology is a key speciality in the prevention efforts and therefore these specialists are highly sought after.

Read more about Pathology
Psychiatry
Psychiatry
Psychiatry is getting a lot of focus these years in Denmark. With an extra 2.2 Billion DKK (Approx. 300 Million EUR) from 2015-2018 the Danish government wants to improve the facilities, capacity and quality of all sectors of psychiatry and especially increase the focus on child and youth psychiatry.

Read more about Psychiatry
Pulmonology
Pulmonology
Over the Next four years (2016-2019) the Danish government has given an extra 250 million DKK (approx. 35 million EUR) to address the current problems with adult COPD and child asthma. Currently there some regions in Denmark are having success with implementing telemedicine and this success is going spread the use of telemedicine even more. The Danish Lung Association is also taking initiatives to create more awareness around lung diseases and prevention through e.g. anti-smoking campaigns.

Read more about Pulmonology
Radiology
Radiology
From 2003-2014 x-ray examinations has gone up 50 % and CT scans has gone up a staggering 250 %. There is an increasing focus on CT scans in Denmark these years and the method is rapidly outcompeting older methods of diagnostics. Modern facilities and modern methods are very much a priority within the field of radiology these years.

Read more about Radiology
Rheumatology
Rheumatology
As in most of Europe the age of the Danish population is rising. This naturally means more work for rheumatologists. More work in combination with a falling number of rheumatologists means that this is a specialty that is getting a lot of focus these years. There is a demand from the Danish population to be well functioning in old age and rheumatologists plays a key part in this.

Read more about Rheumatology
 
Previous candidates
 
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 and dentists like yourself offer their personal stories about the reasons why they decided to make use of Medicolink's services.
 


En god start - A good start
Read our book about a good start in Denmark
 

 
 
 
Our Team
 
Our key staff is always ready to answer any questions you might have.
Allan Sørensen
Consultant / Team Lead
Allan works with candidate integration matters both in regard to Budapest and Denmark. He has a MA in English and Danish studies.
Anders Krog
Consultant
Located in Denmark, Anders works with business administration, performance and risk management, and financial analysis. He is MSc. in Finance.
Andreas Helqvist
Language teacher
Andreas teaches Danish, mainly to partners of Medicolink candidates. He is currently finishing an MA in Philosophy.
Anna Sebestyén
Consultant / Team Lead
Anna works with recruitment and manages the Medicolink office. She holds MAs in English and Scandinavian studies.
Carsten Frisendahl
Consultant
Carsten works with client relations and business development. He is MA in Modern Business Management and Innovative HR Management.
Éva Abrudán
Administrator
Éva works with accommodation and administration. She holds a degree in English and French Language and Literature, and she also speaks Romanian and Swedish.
Evelin Tóth
Consultant
Evelin's tasks involve recruitment and assisting in administration. She completed her BA in Human Resources.
Fatime Shirian
Student assistant
Fatime works with finance and administration and helps in ad-hoc tasks. She is currently completing an MA in Management and Leadership.
Judit Mezei
Student assistant
Judit works with recruitment and she also helps with doing ad-hoc tasks at the office. She is currently completing her MA in Clinical and Health Psychology.
Kristóf Kovács
Consultant
Kristóf works with recruitment. Currently, he is doing a BA in History.
Kriszta Tóth
Consultant
Kriszta works with marketing and recruitment. She speaks English, Italian, Spanish and Hungarian, and she graduated from Design Management.
Mads Søndergaard
Consultant / Team Lead
Mads is responsible for recruitment and client relations. He is MA in International Business and European Studies.
Mariann Deli
Consultant
Mariann recruits dentists and also does administrative affairs at the Medicolink office. She has a MA in English studies.
Rasmus Jakobsen
Partner
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 Szamos
Language teacher
Réka teaches Danish and specialist language with a background in Scandinavian studies. She is also MA in Conference Interpreting.
Sára Besze
Marketing assistant
Saci works with marketing communication besides the ad-hoc tasks in the office. She completed her BA in Media Communications.
Susanna Cederbalk
Consultant
Susanna works with psychological consulting and screening as well as with recruitment. She grew up in Sweden and speaks English, Spanish, Hungarian and Swedish. She is a licensed psychologist.
Tue Sand Larsen
Partner
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 Sulyok
Language teacher
Team Lead
Viktoria teaches Danish and specialist language with a background in Modern Languages and Literature studies and a degree in Translation.
Vivien Altmann
Consultant
Vivien works with recruitment and helps with daily tasks. She is currently completing her MA in International Relations.
 




DENMARK
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 regards to parental leave and childcarefacilities, 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 of the work conditions in Danish hospitals. They find a reduced stress level, well-equipped hospitals and good career opportunities.
DEN img MARK
 
 



Testimonials
OUR SATISFIED CLIENTS
"Medicolink has proved to be a good and reliable cooperation partner for many years. It is vital to me that Medicolink include awareness of professional Danish medical terminology and information about the working structure in the Danish health care system in their qualification course. Furthermore, Medicolink prepare the doctors and their families mentally for a future in Denmark.
"
Malene Virring Nielsen, Deputy Clinic Chief, Clinic for Children and Youth, Psychiatry, North Denmark Region
"We have a very positive, constructive, and trustworthy cooperation with Medicolink regarding recruitment of foreign medical specialists. In my view, Medicolink is a truly professional and respectful company both towards us, the hospitals, as their cooperation partners and not least towards the respective candidates during the recruitment process."
Mette Højgaard, Chief consultant, Nykøbing Falster Hospital, Zealand Region
"In Medicolink, we have found a professional cooperation partner for recruitment of specialist doctors. Medicolink ensures a holistic approach that sees eye to eye with both the candidate and family in regard to adjustment of expectations, language qualification, and relocation issues."
Pernille Bang, HR consultant, Hospital unit Central, Central Denmark Region
 
 
 
© Medicolink. All rights reserved.