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Are you a cardiologist and Looking for a better work – life balance?
This general hospital in Oskarshamn, Sweden is looking for a motivated and competent addition to their medical team. If you are looking for a challenging job in medicine, with a focus on cardiology AND wanting to combine that with a high quality of life; look no further!
A young medical team with 9 specialist in internal medicine and 2 cardiologists serves a broadly orientated outpatient and inpatient clinic. We cover a 24-hour emergency department and an intensive and coronary care unit.
As our third cardiologist you will be working on our 22-bed cardiology ward and outpatient clinic. Experience with cardiac CT is recommended to set up coronary CT.
Petra Hinnen, Elmar KeppelConsultants, Directors
Medical Clinic Oskarshamn Hospital, Sweden
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