Kalmar County Council, the largest employers in the south east of Sweden. 7000 employees and approximately 300 different professional groups in total
This is Kalmar County Council
Sweden is divided into 21 Regional District or County Councils, each one responsible for supplying the citizens with a wide range of services. Kalmar County Council is responsible for the health and medical care, dental care, transportation and some part of education and culture.
Learn more about Kalmar County Council
Working for us – a meaningful day - every day
We believe that quality improvement starts with you. We want our patient to have the best quality and the best clinical outcomes in Sweden. Our hospitals are rated to be the top hospitals in Sweden.
Quality improvement programs within our mission; "Every day a little quality improvement better"; has given Kalmar County Council high ratings in survey of patient experience.
We offer team-based medical practise with skilled and dedicated and proud colleagues, who will bring a continuous focus to high performance and quality of care.
Our focus mission areas is set to make sure we stay on as Sweden's Top hospitals and continue on having high ratings in surveys on patient experience. These focus areas are quality, safety and accessibility.
Our health care in numbers:
- 3 hospitals and 1 Diagnostic Centre (3 600 permanent members of staff)
- 29 Health Clinics and 1177 Medical Advice Hotline (740 permanent members of staff)
- Pediatric care and 11 family-care centres
- Psychiatric Care (600 permanent members of staff)
- Dental Care (400 permanent members of staff)
At the moment we are looking for the following professions:
- Doctors of Medicine/Specialists
- Specialist Nurses: surgery, anesthetic, intensive-care, medical x-ray, psychiatry and midwives
- Biomedical Scientists
For actual list of vacancies in english - Choose Other languages in the top menu and then go to "Work with us".
Work in Sweden – educated within EU or EEA countries
You need a license to work in most of the professions within the Swedish healthcare system.
Read more on the website of "Socialstyrelsen" – The National Board of Health and Welfare.