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Nostrification for Doctors

Get more information about the nostrification process for doctors and/or medical specialists.

1. General information

Before taking up medical training in order to become a general practitioner, respectively a specialist, or entering independent medical practice, you will have to meet the general legal requirements, as referred to in point 2, as well as the specific requirements for medical practice, as described in point 3,  AND you will have to register with the Austrian Medical Chamber.
Registration is only possible if medical activities are actually taken up. Applications for registration have to be filed before any medical activities are taken up.

If you are currently not planning any medical activities in Austria, but only wish to have your medical training obtained in an EEA country or in Switzerland recognised, you may file an application for recognition of an EEA professional qualification pursuant to § 28 Austrian Medical act 1998 (ÄrzteG) Federal Law Gazette I 1998/169 as last revised by Federal Law Gazette I 2021/50.

For further information regarding the application procedure please contact the International Affairs Team of the Austrian Medical Chamber (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. resp. see the contact details under point 8.). After completion of the recognition procedure, you will receive a certificate by the Austrian Medical Chamber stating that your professional qualification has been recognised in Austria.

For information regarding medical activities within the framework of the free movement of services according to Art. 7 of the Directive 2005/36/EC, respectively § 37 Austrian Medical Act 1998 please refer to point 5.

2. General legal requirements for medical practice

Before taking up medical practice as a general practitioner or as a specialist, respectively as a doctor in training in order to become a general practitioner, respectively a specialist, every physician is required to register with the Austrian Medical Chamber while meeting the general legal requirements according to § 4 (2) Austrian Medical Act 1998

  • full legal capacity with regard to professional practice
  • good character and repute required for the fulfilment of professional duties
  • fitness to practice required for the fulfilment of professional duties (health condition)
  • sufficient knowledge of the German language, as well as
  • legal residence giving access to the labour market for the purpose of paid employment and self-employed economic activities

as well as the specific requirements according to § 4 (3) Austrian Medical Act 1998 (see point 3).

You find a list of supporting documents of general and specific requirements to be provided under point 4.

3. Specific requirements for medical practice (meeting the requirements of medical training)

Before taking up medical practice in Austria - in the capacity of a doctor in training, general practitioner or specialist – you have to register with the Austrian Medical Chamber (see point 4.) for which you have to meet the general requirements according to § 4 (2) Austrian Medical Act 1998 (see 2.), as well as the following specific requirements according to § 4 (3) Austrian Medical Act 1998:

3.1. Training undergone within the EEA or in Switzerland

If you have completed your medical training within the EEA or in Switzerland, you have to provide evidence of your basic medical training (see 3.1.1), as well as of specific training of a general practitioner (see 3.1.2.), if applicable, and/or specialised training of a specialist (see 3.1.3.), if applicable:

3.1.1. Medical practice as a doctor in training

The following supporting documents have to be provided for medical practice under supervision and direction as a doctor in training:

  • a diploma conferring the academic degree of „Doktor der gesamten Heilkunde“ acquired upon graduation from medical studies at an Austrian university or a diploma conferring the academic degree of „Doktor der gesamten Heilkunde“ received after recognition of a medical university degree acquired abroad by an Austrian university,
  • or an evidence of formal qualification in basic medical training in compliance with Annex V point 5.1.1. of the Directive 2005/36/EC issued by an EEA Member State or Switzerland
    • e. evidence of completion of medical studies and any certificate(s) accompanying the qualification listed in Annex V point 5.1.1. and
    • a certificate issued by the competent home Member State attesting that the training was completed in compliance with Article 24 of the Directive or acquired rights in accordance with Article 23 of the Directive 2005/36/EC.

If your evidence of basic medical training issued by an EEA State or Switzerland is not in compliance with the rules of the Directive 2005/36/EC, it might be eligible for non-automatic recognition according to § 5a Austrian Medical Act 1998. In such a case, please contact the International Affairs Team of the Austrian Medical Chamber via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or see contact details under point 8.

3.1.2. Medical practice as a general practitioner

The following supporting documents have to be provided for medical practice as a general practitioner:

  • basic medical training eligible for recognition in Austria (see 3.1.1.) and
  • an evidence of formal qualification in general medical practice in compliance with Annex V point 5.1.4. of the Directive 2005/36/EC issued by an EEA Member State or Switzerland
    • e. evidence / diploma on the completion of training in general medical practice (general medical practitioner) and
    • a certificate issued by the competent home Member State attesting that the training was completed in compliance with Article 28 of the Directive or acquired rights in accordance with Article 30 of the Directive 2005/36/EC.

If your evidence of qualification in general medical practice issued by an EEA State or Switzerland is not in compliance with the rules of the Directive 2005/36/EC, it might be eligible for non-automatic recognition according to § 5a Austrian Medical Act 1998. In such a case, please contact the International Affairs Team of the Austrian Medical Chamber via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

3.1.3. Medical practice as a specialist

The following supporting documents have to be provided for independent medical practice as a specialist:

  • basic medical training eligible for recognition in Austria (see 3.1.1.) and
  • an evidence of specialist medical training in compliance with Annex V point 5.1.2. and 5.1.3. of the Directive 2005/36/EC issued by an EEA Member State or Switzerland
    • e. evidence / diploma on the completion of specialist medical training and
    • a certificate issued by the competent home Member State attesting that the training was completed in compliance with Article 25 of the Directive or acquired rights in accordance with Article 23 or Article 27 of the Directive 2005/36/EC.

If your evidence of specialist medical training issued by an EEA State or Switzerland is not in compliance with the rules of the Directive 2005/36/EC, or is not listed in Annex V point 5.1.3. of the Directive 2005/36/EC, it might be eligible for non-automatic recognition according to § 5a Austrian Medical Act 1998. In such a case, please contact the International Affairs Team of the Austrian Medical Chamber via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or see contact details under point 8.

3.2. Medical training undergone outside the EEA and recognised in an EEA State or Switzerland

If you have completed your medical training outside the EEA or Switzerland, and your training has already been recognised by an EEA State or Switzerland, you have to submit the following supporting documents on basic medical training (see 3.2.1.), as well on training of a general practitioner and/or specialist medical training (see 3.2.2.), as applicable:

3.2.1. Medical practice as a doctor in training

If your evidence of basic medical training issued by a non-EEA State has been recognised by an EEA State or Switzerland according to Article 2(2) of the Directive 2005/36/EC, and if you are authorised to independent medical practice on the territory of the country of recognition, and if you have at least three years of actual and lawful professional experience on the territory of the Member State which recognised your evidence of basic medical training (according to Article 3(3) of the Directive 2005/36/EC, your training might be eligible for recognition according to § 5a subparagraph 6 Austrian Medical Act 1998 (non-automatic recognition of third country diplomas). In such a case, please contact the International Affairs Team of the Austrian Medical Chamber via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or see contact details under point 8.
If you do not fulfil the conditions for recognition according to § 5a subparagraph 6 Austrian Medical Act 1998, i.e. your diploma has not been recognised by an EEA State or Switzerland, and/or you are unable to furnish proof of the required three years of medical practice on the territory of the Member State which recognised your evidence of basic medical training according to Article 3(3) of the Directive 2005/36/EC, you will need to have your university degree recognised as equivalent by an Austrian university. This recognition procedure is called Nostrifizierung (see 3.3.).

3.2.2. Medical practice as a general practitioner or a specialist

If your evidence of training of a general practitioner or of specialist medical training issued by a nonEEA State has been recognised by an EEA State or Switzerland, and if you are authorised to independent medical practice as a general practitioner or as a specialist on the territory of the country of recognition, and if you are able to furnish proof of at least three years of actual and lawful professional experience (according to Article 3(3) of the Directive 2005/36/EC), your training might be eligible for recognition according to § 5a subparagraph 6 Austrian Medical Act 1998 (non-automatic recognition of third country diplomas). In such a case, please contact the International Affairs Team of the Austrian Medical Chamber via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or see contact details under point 8.
If you do not fulfil these conditions, and subject to the recognition of your university degree in Austria (Nostrifizierung) of you the possibility of filing an application for recognition of your training periods with the Austrian Medical Chamber according to § 14 Austrian Medical Act 1998 (see https://www.aerztekammer.at/ausbildung-im-ausland-anrechnung).

3.3. Medical training undergone in a third country

If you have completed your medical training in a third country and you do not fulfil the conditions for recognition according to § 5a subparagraph 6 Austrian Medical Act 1998 described under 3.2., the following applies for the recognition of evidence of training acquired in a third country (i.e. outside the EEA/Switzerland):

3.3.1. Nostrifizierung (recognition of a university degree as equivalent to Austrian standards)

Persons having completed their medical studies outside the EEA, first, will need to have their university degree recognised as equivalent by an Austrian university (Nostrifizierung), in order to be entitled to register with the Austrian Medical Chamber and to take up medical practice in Austria. In Austria, the procedure of Nostrifizierung is within the competence of the medical universities (Vienna, Graz or Innsbruck). Detailed information on the procedure of Nostrifizierung is provided on the websites of the medical universities and can be requested from the medical universities directly (contact details under 10.).
The application for recognition (Nostrifizierung) filed with the Medical University of Vienna has to be accompanied by an evidence that the procedure of recognition is indispensable according to § 90 subparagraph 1 Austrian Universities Act 2002 (UG 2002) Federal Law Gazette I 2002/120 as last revised by Federal Law Gazette I 2021/20. This certificate is issued by the Austrian Medical Chamber (see 3.3.2.).

3.3.2. Certificate confirming that the procedure of Nostrifizierung is indispensable according to § 90 subparagraph 1 (UG 2002)

For requesting such a certificate to be submitted to the Medical University of Vienna, you have to submit the following supporting documents: evidence of completion of medical studies issued by a third country in the original language as a certified copy and as a certified translation, a curriculum vitae (including the current mailing address), as well as a proof of identity (passport) to the Austrian Medical Chamber, International Affairs Team, via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

3.3.3. Taking up medical practice

As soon as you have completed the procedure of recognition (Nostrifizierung) and hold the document issued by the medical university, and provided that the requirements set out in § 4 (2) Austrian Medical Act 1998 are satisfied, you are entitled to register with the Austrian Medical Chamber and take up medical practice as a doctor in training (see 4).

3.3.4. Recognition of training periods undergone abroad

If you have already acquired training abroad (for example in the course of specialist training or training of a general practitioner) you are entitled to file an application for recognition of training periods with the Training Commission of the Austrian Medical Chamber, after the completion of the procedure of Nostrifizierung. Your training certificates and supporting documents which you will have to submit in the original will be examined by the Training Commission as to their equivalence with the Austrian Medical Training Regulations.
In any case, the final examination in general medical practice to become a general practitioner or in a specialty to become a specialist remains compulsory
and has to be passed before the award of the respective diploma. For general information on the recognition of foreign training periods, the Austrian Medical Training Regulations, as well as the relevant application form, please go to https://www.aerztekammer.at/ausbildung-im-ausland-anrechnung.

4. Registration

Before taking up medical practice in Austria, every physician is obliged to register with the Austrian Medical Chamber according to the provisions set out in § 27 subparagraph 2 Austrian Medical Act 1998.

4.1. Required documents and application

As a rule, the following documents must be provided in the original language or as a certified copy and as a certified translation, if necessary, for the purpose of registration:

  • proof of nationality (f.e. proof of citizenship, passport, identity card)
  • Nationals from non-EU/EEA States (third-country citizens)
    • Proof of lawful residence on the entire federal territory 7 (residence permit/settlement permit or status of recognized right of asylum or subsidiary protection status in accordance with the Asylum Act) granting the right to paid employment and self-employed economic activities (free access to the labour market)
  • Certificate of marriage, where applicable (in case of name change)
  • Certificate of Good Standing from countries, where you have practised medicine for more than 6 months within the last 5 years. As they are only valid for 3 months from the date of issue, they have to be presented for registration within this 3 month period
  • Criminal record certificate / attestation of good character from a competent authority from the home country /country of origin and those countries where you have resided for more than 6 months within the last 5 years. At the moment of presentation for registration, both documents must have been issued within the last three months
  • Medical certificate confirming physical and mental fitness to practise the medical profession. This certificate has to be made out by a physician who is legally entitled to exercise the medical profession as a general practitioner, or a specialist in internal medicine, or a specialist in occupational medicine, or an occupational health physician. If the certificate was not issued in Austria, it has to be accompanied by a certificate from the competent authority that the issuing physician is authorised to independent medical practice. At the moment of presentation for registration, both documents must have been issued within the last three months
  • Evidence of training as described under 3. Specific requirements for medical practice (meeting the requirements of medical training) as listed, Nostrifizierungsbescheid (document of recognition of medical studies by an Austrian medical university), if applicable
  • Contract of employment/ written confirmation by the employer / statement guaranteeing employment or notification of self-employment or of “Wohnsitzarzt” (working at the place of residence)
  • 1 passport photograph (please consider the current passport photograph criteria, available under www.oesterreich.gv.at)
  • Evidence of sufficient knowledge of the German language (see below)
  • For medical practice in a self-employed capacity (as well as for an activity as a „Wohnsitzarzt“ i.e. working at your place of residence), it is mandatorily required to provide evidence of a professional liability insurance policy taken out from a service-provider or body authorised in Austria according to § 52d Austrian Medical Act 1998 (see also 4.3.)

Application

The application for registration has to be filed with the Austrian Medical Chamber. The Medical Chamber of the respective province where you plan to exercise the medical profession is available to further assist with this. Their registration staff are also available for any other general questions regarding registration as part of their service for members. The contact details of the Provincial Medical Chambers can be found under point 9.

4.2. Evidence of sufficient knowledge of the German language

Evidence of sufficient knowledge of the German language is provided by successfully passing a language examination.

 Physicians providing one of the following evidence, as sufficient proof of German knowledge, are exempt from the examination:

  • Professional activity in a health care system in German over three years
  • School leaving examination in German or a similar and equivalent school-leaving qualification
  • Completion of studies in German
  • Medical training and final examination of a general practitioner or a specialist in a German speaking country
  • Successful completion of studies of the German language
  • German language examination, comparable and equivalent to the Austrian examination, passed in a country where German is an official language

In absence of any exemptions as indicated above, the language examination has to be passed mandatorily with the Austrian Academy of Physicians (“Österreichischen Akademie der Ärzte”).

The application for the language examination has to be accompanied by a language certificate confirming German language proficiency level C1 in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Language of the Council of Europe. Language certificates are valid for 10 years. Any questions related to the language requirements and evidence of German language skills can be addressed directly to the Austrian Academy of Physicians (“Österreichische Akademie der Ärzte”):

Frau Dragana Vasilić – Tel: 0043-1-512 63 83 DW 34, E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

4.3. Professional liability insurance

For medical practice in a self-employed capacity (as a self-employed doctor and as a „Wohnsitzarzt“ i.e. working at the place of residence), it is mandatorily required to provide evidence of a professional liability insurance policy taken out from a service-provider or body authorised in Austria (according to § 52d Austrian Medical Act 1998) before taking up medical activities. The legally required liability insurance has to provide coverage amounting to the minimum insurance sum of € 2 million for every insurance claim arising from medical practice. Group practices under the legal form of a ”GmbH” (limited liability company) a required to have an insurance providing a maximum liability limit of at least the fivefold amount of the minimum insurance sum per one year insurance period. Physicians practising in a self-employed capacity are required to have an insurance providing a maximum liability limit of at least the triple amount of the minimum insurance sum per one year insurance period. Employed doctors practising medicine (part-time) in a self-employed capacity (e.g. furnishing a medical opinion, practising on the basis of a free service contract or work contract) are also under the obligation to provide evidence of a professional liability insurance policy before taking up medical activities.

An exception applies to physicians who already have a professional liability insurance policy (e.g. for their activity as court-certified experts. For written notification of the professional liability insurance policy to the Medical Chamber, the insurer uses the form „Meldung der Berufshaftpflichtversicherung gemäß § 52d ÄrzteG 1998".

5. Medical activities within the framework of the free movement of services according to § 37 Austrian Medical Act 1998

5.1 General information and requirements

Citizens of an EEA state or of Switzerland who lawfully practice medicine in one of the EEA states or Switzerland are allowed to practice medicine in Austria while maintaining their place of business outside of Austria (under the relevant title “general practitioner” or “specialist”). A service is considered to be provided when the medical activity is done temporarily and occasionally. Such cases are to be reviewed individually, in particular based on the duration, the frequency, the regular return and the continuity of the medical activities (i.e. visits or short-term replacements of a doctor permitted to practice in Austria). If a place of business is founded in Austria, it can no longer be presumed that activities are taken up occasionally or temporarily.
Therefore, the following conditions must apply:

  • The planned medical activities do not require a place of business in Austria;
  • The activities are not done under the employment of someone else;
  • The activities are not intended to be repeated on a regular basis;
  • The activities are done from a foreign place of business.

Activities as a freelance practitioner may only be taken up after the planned activities have been announced to the Austrian Medical Chamber in writing.

The documents listed below are to be attached to this announcement in their original form or as a certified copy. Documents that were not awarded in German are to be provided with a certified translation (the translation must also either be in its original form or a certified copy).

5.2 Required documents

  • A certificate issued by the competent authority of the country of origin, which confirms that you are established as a general practitioner or specialist who is allowed to practice medicine independently in this country and that the permission to practice has not been withdrawn, even temporarily, at the time of issuance of the certificate.
  • Police records from the country of origin and from all countries in which you have resided or practiced medicine for more than six months during the last five years (the records must not be older than 3 months at the time of application with the Austrian Medical Chamber).
  • Certificate of Good Standing from the country in which you are legally established or practice medicine (the document must not be older than 3 months at the time of application).
  • A certificate confirming nationality, passport, personal identity document.
  • Proof of professional qualification.
  • Proof of professional liability insurance with an insurance company authorized to conduct business in Austria according to § 52d Austrian Medical Law (see point 4.2.)
  • Self-declaration of German language skills that are necessary for the practice of medicine.

5.3 Cross-border activities in Austria as an emergency doctor

Emergency doctors who are planning to take up cross-border activities in Austria are requested to contact the Austrian Medical Chamber or directly provide their documents to the Austrian Medical Chamber via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. in order have the equivalence of their medical emergency training evaluated. Service providers under § 37 Austrian Medical Law 1998 are registered with the Austrian Medical Chamber and their medical activities are subject to the regulations of the Austrian Medical Law. Activities as a freelancer are limited to one year; thereafter you must apply in writing for the extension of the registration as a freelance service provider with the Austrian Medical Chamber.

Notification of temporary service provision
The announcement of a temporary provision of service must be done via the Austrian Medical Chamber (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

6. Vacancy announcements / job search

Vacancy announcements can be found on the following websites:

  • Österreichische Ärztezeitung (ÖÄZ), publication of the Austrian Medical Chamber http://www.aerztezeitung-oesterreich.at/
  • Job and career platform of the Austrian Medical Chamber: www.arztjobs.at

If you are interested in working in a hospital or as a doctor in training, you may apply directly to the hospital authorities (adresses see 11) . Doctors in training also have the option to apply directly with the training facilities. Austrian Medical Training Regulations and the full list of training hospitals can be found at: https://www.aerztekammer.at/zum-ausbildungsstaettenverzeichnis

7. Health insurance contracts for established doctors

Health insurance contracts for established doctors: the establishment of a registered office in Austria does not automatically provide the authorization for direct billing with the Austrian social insurance providers (so-called compulsory health insurance contracts). Specialists and general practitioners should register their interest regarding this with the medical chamber of their respective province. Further information on establishing or opening an office can be provided by the provincial medical chambers (for contact details see point 9)

8. Advice

Contact persons for EEA and third country qualifications

Mgr. Marlene Breier, BA LL.M
International Affairs Team
Austrian Medical Chamber
Weihburggasse 10-12
A-1010 Wien
Tel: 0043-1-514 06-3552
E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mag. Christiane Mihalits
International Affairs Team
Austrian Medical Chamber
Weihburggasse 10-12
A-1010 Wien
Tel: 0043-1-514 06-3551
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Non-EEA related third country qualifications

Mag. Irene Podest
Team Internationale Angelegenheiten
Austrian Medical Chamber
Weihburggasse 10-12
A-1010 Wien
Tel: 0043-1-51406-3932
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Should you be interested in a personal meeting we kindly ask you to arrange an individual appointment in advance.

9. Provincial Medical Chambers

The provincial medical chambers are also available for any general questions regarding registration as part of their service for members.

Medical Chamber for Burgenland
Permayerstraße 3
A-7000 Eisenstadt
Tel: 0043-2682-62521
Ms. Denk, Ext. 11
http://www.aekbgld.at
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Medical Chamber for Carinthia (Kärnten)
St. Veiter Straße 34
A-9020 Klagenfurt
Tel: 0043-463-5856
Ms. Mag. Krall, Ext. 10
http://www.aekktn.at
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Medical Chamber for Lower Austria (Niederösterreich)
Wipplinger Straße 2
A-1010 Wien
Tel: 0043-1-53751-0
Ärzte Service Center, Ext. 7500
http://www.arztnoe.at
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Medical Chamber for Upper Austria (Oberösterreich)
Dinghoferstraße 4
A-4010 Linz
Tel: 0043-732-778371-0
Ms. Stieringer, Ext. 252
Ms. Hufnagl, Ext. 286
http://www.aekooe.or.at
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Medical Chamber for Salzburg
Faberstraße 10
A-5020 Salzburg
Tel: 0043-662-871327
Ms. Barbeck, Ext. 151
http://www.aeksbg.at
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Medical Chamber for Styria (Steiermark)
Kaiserfeldgasse 29
A-8011 Graz
Tel: 0043-316-8044-0
http://www.aekstmk.or.at
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Medical Chamber for Tyrol (Tirol)
Anichstraße 7/IV
A-6010 Innsbruck
Tel: 0043-512-52058-0
Ms. Jais, Ext. 124, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Ms. Garber, Ext. 136, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Fr. Prugg, Ext. 182, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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Medical Chamber for Vorarlberg
Schulgasse 17
Postfach 206
A-6850 Dornbirn
Tel: 0043-5572-21900-0
Ms. Zelzer, Ext. 31, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Ms. Stockklauser, Ext. 29, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
http://www.aekvbg.at
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Medical Chamber for Vienna (Wien)
Weihburggasse 10-12
A-1010 Wien
Tel: 0043-1-51501-0
Fr. Buchinger, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Fr. Stevic, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Fr. Will, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
http://www.aekwien.at
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10. Contact information of the medical universities in Austria

Medical University Vienna
Währinger Straße 25a
A-1090 Wien

Contact person:
AR Silvia Hudec
Tel: 0043-1-40160-21016
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Information concerning Nostrifizierung:
https://www.meduniwien.ac.at/web/studium-weiterbildung/nostrifizierung

 

Medical University Graz
Harrachgasse 21/II
A-8010 Graz

Contact person:
Christina Bischof, MBA MSc
Tel: 0043-316-385-73664
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Information concerning Nostrifizierung:
http://www.medunigraz.at/humanmedizin/nostrifizierung

 

Medical University Innsbruck
Fritz-Pregl-Str. 3, 4th Floor
6020 Innsbruck

Contact person:
Sabine Oberleiter
Tel: 0043-512 9003-70052
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Information concerning Nostrifizierung:
https://www.i-med.ac.at/studium/services/nostrifizierungsablauf.html

11. Hospital operating authorities

Vienna (Wien)
Wiener Gesundheitsverbund
Thomas-Klestil-Platz 7/1
A-1030 Wien
Tel: 00431/40409 0
https://karriere.gesundheitsverbund.at/

Burgenland
Burgenländische Krankenanstalten GmbH
Josef Hyrtl-Platz 4
A-7000 Eisenstadt
Tel: 00435 7979/30000
https://www.krages.at/ausbildung-und-karriere/joblink.html

Carinthia (Kärnten)
Landeskrankenanstalten-Betriebsgesellschaft
St. Veiter Straße 34
A-9020 Klagenfurt
Tel: 0043463/55212-0
https://karriere.kabeg.at/Jobs

Lower Austria (Niederösterreich)
NÖ Landesgesundheitsagentur
Stattersdorfer Hauptstraße 6/C
A-3100 St. Pölten
Tel: 00432742/313813
https://www.landesgesundheitsagentur.at/karriere-1/karriere-in-den-noe-kliniken-pflegebetreuungs-und-foerderzentren

Upper Austria (Oberösterreich)
Oberösterreichische Gesundheitsholding
Hafenstraße 47-51
A-4020 Linz
Tel: 004350/55460-0
https://www.ooeg.at/karriere

Salzburg
SALK-Gemeinnützige Salzburger Landeskliniken Betriebsgesellschaft m.b.H.
Müllner Hauptstraße 48
A-5020 Salzburg
Tel: 004357255-0
https://salk.at/bewerbung/

Styria (Steiermark)
Steiermärkische Krankenanstaltengesellschaft m.b.H.
Stiftingtalstr. 4-6
A-8036 Graz
Tel: 0043316/340-0
https://www1.kages.at/jobs-bildung

Tyrol (Tirol)
Tiroler Landeskrankenanstalten GmbH (TILAK)
Anichstraße 35
A-6020 Tirol
Tel: 004350/504-0
https://karriere.tirol-kliniken.at/page.cfm?vpath=index

Vorarlberg
Vorarlberger Krankenhaus-Betriebsgesellschaft m.b.H.
Carinagasse 41
A-6800 Feldkirch
Tel: 00435522/303-5000
https://www.landeskrankenhaus.at/karriere/stellenangebote/stellen-landeskrankenhaeuser#editor1

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