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Sahlgrenska University Hospital is one of Northern Europe's largest hospitals, located in Gothenburg, at the heart of Scandinavia.

As a part of Västra Götaland Region, Sweden's largest employer, you will get over 17 000 colleagues divided between our different departments. As the leading university hospital in Sweden we cooperate closely with several different universities and eminent companies from the Gothenburg business area. This focus provides us with a clinical width and specialized competence, that allows us to execute highly advanced healthcare, where all employees are welcome to take part in research, development, innovation and education.

Sahlgrenska University Hospital is a hospital with focus on innovative solutions – for the patients as well as for the employees' sake.


In order to be licensed as a health care practitioner in Sweden you need to first get your education assessed and approved by the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare, as well as to reach a high level of Swedish. 

Information about the licences

Job applications

Vacant positions for EU-citizenship holders

If you have any questions about applying for a job at Sahlgrenska University Hospital, please send an e-mail to


As a university hospital in the city of Gothenburg we are obliged to first of all provide internship to the students studying at the city university and at partner universities.

More information about clinical practice for international students

Sahlgrenska International Care

Sahlgrenska International Care promotes and administers postgraduate specialist training programs in health, medical and dental care to the international community.

More information about Sahlgrenska International Care

Useful links

Useful links about working in Sweden, accommodation and other issues connected to migration:

Updated: 2019-09-30 14:39