ABOUT THE HOSPITAL
Psychiatry in Central Denmark Region consists of 8 psychiatric departments which are located all over the region and together they constitute one hospital. Each department has its own management team on the premises, and the hospital management works in unison with the administration units in the city.
They treat all patient groups within Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and in total they have 190,000 bed days and 247,000 outpatient visits a year. There is an approximate total of 3200 members of staff employed across many different professions.
Main responsibilities and expectations
•In Psychiatry, the Hospital works together with many professional disciplines, complementing and strengthening each other’s competencies in daily life. You will work with nurses, psychologists and health and social care assistants.
•You are expected to collaborate across professions with an open mind. The Hospital has a good working environment, respect for each other’s competences, and a flat organisational structure.
•There are excellent career and development opportunities in Central Denmark Region, and professional and personal development is emphasised. Competence development is an ongoing aspect of employment within the Psychiatry department.
What’s expected of you
•Medical and specialist degrees recognized in the European Union.
•Interested in teamwork and willing to participate in the development of the clinic.
•Be able to complete the intensive Danish language course, which is a part of the MediCarrera program.
•Moreoever, the Hospital is looking for specialist psychiatrists who have:
- a broad psychiatric education, with comprehensive treatment competences in psychological, biological and social
-psychiatric treatment methods
- experience and/or interest in the field of quality development
- experience and/or interest in the field of research- experiecnce with teaching and guidance.
THE HOSPITAL OFFERS:
• An intensive language course in Denmark, while the doctor receives the full salary. During the course you will gradually increase contact with the department.
• Training on the Danish healthcare system and legislation.
• Thorough introduction to the department, hospital, language, and culture.
• An ambitious professional environment and great colleagues, who look forward to welcoming you.
• Ongoing supervision and guidance in professional, cultural and social issues .
• Guidance in connection with moving abroad, housing search, childcare and networking.
• Guidance regarding job search and networking for your spouse.