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If you received a diploma outside the EU and do not have three years of work experience in one of the EU countries, you need to confirm your existing diploma by submitting all educational documents for nostrification.
The procedure consists in the examination of the diploma, according to the results of which the level of equivalence of your education to Austrian standards is established.
Verification of educational documents
Determination of the correspondence of the content and volume of the education you received to the standards of the current Austrian educational program.
The test consists of test questions in clinical disciplines (about 250 questions in the field of emergency medicine, therapy, surgery, gynecology, pediatrics, dermatology, neurology, psychiatry, ophthalmology, otorhinolaryngology).
Diagnostics in Austria is popular not only among the citizens of this country. Now in Austria there are about 2 thousand medical laboratories, and not only Austrians, but also patients from abroad can be examined in them. What are the advantages of Austrian medicine in this regard?
The accuracy of laboratory research is guaranteed by the fact that laboratories in many Austrian clinics have European certification of conformity to standards. Laboratories in Austria are renowned for their cleanliness and their staff for their neatness. All existing types of research are carried out here at the highest level. Among them:
In the course of these studies, the doctor receives an image of the internal organs without external intervention (non-invasive). These procedures are performed using X-ray machines and ultrasound machines. For the study to be accurate, the quality of this technique, its high resolution, is important. The modern equipment of Austrian clinics and diagnostic centers fully meets these requirements. Now in Austria all diagnostic technologies existing in the world practice are used.
In Austria, the following are performed:
All these examination methods are available in almost any Austrian clinic, be it the private clinic Debling or the University of Vienna.
Austrian specialists have extensive experience in invasive research such as gastroscopy and colonoscopy. In Austria, colonoscopy is performed as a screening test for men over 45 and women over 50 for the prevention of bowel cancer. One of the main tasks of a doctor in such studies is to exclude any discomfort in the patient, therefore, these procedures in Austria are carried out in a state of drug-induced sleep.
Austrian medicine, according to WHO, is one of the ten most advanced in the world, which is indirectly confirmed by the high life expectancy of its citizens and low infant mortality. The country is justly proud of its unique methods and technologies in the treatment of various diseases. And in terms of the quality and efficiency of providing emergency medical care to patients with myocardial infarction, Austria is an absolute leader: the survival rate of such patients here is close to 95%.
The local medicine is known for its outstanding achievements in the field of transplantation: in the number of successfully performed liver transplants, it ranks third in the world. Local specialists also successfully carry out bone marrow, kidney, and skin transplants. Austria is also ranked among the world leaders in the development and manufacture of pharmaceuticals.
There is no equal to her in the effectiveness of medical rehabilitation programs. A set of measures is developed individually for each patient by a whole team of specialists, which allows people to get back on their feet after severe injuries and patients who have undergone complex long-term treatment in the shortest possible time.
Currently, the Vienna Central Hospital is the largest medical institution in Europe. It also trains students from the Medical University of Vienna and operates several research centers. The hospital has five large clinical institutes, 26 clinics, 42 specialized departments, 51 operating rooms, 21 treatment rooms, 61 outpatient departments, 21 intensive care units and seven postoperative rooms.
The hospital has a high-tech Center for Oncological Medicine, which diagnoses and treats various cancers. There is a separate department for radiation therapy, radiology and nuclear medicine.
Today, the Vienna Central Hospital is an institution where patients from all over the world receive quality medical services. The clinic employs dozens of doctors known in Europe and beyond. Many of the clinic's employees have professorships and are active members of the leading medical and scientific communities.
The Vienna private clinic was founded back in 1929. For almost 90 years of its existence, the clinic has been rebuilt and expanded several times. Today it is the flagship of Austrian medicine, which employs well-known doctors in Europe, for example, Hanno Millesi, a world-renowned specialist in the field of plastic surgery, or Christoph Celinsky, a renowned oncologist.
Treatment at the Vienna Private Hospital is a guarantee of a successful solution to the problem. The clinic spares no expense for its development. Every year, colossal amounts are invested in the purchase of new equipment and advanced training of medical personnel.
Rudolfinerhaus has seven branches and 156 beds. The clinic employs about three thousand employees, including about 400 highly qualified doctors, many of whom have professorships.
Today, the Rudolfinerhaus offers modern diagnostics and treatment in the following areas:
The Rudolfinerhaus Clinic has its own hotels and the necessary infrastructure that allows the patient's relatives to live on the territory of the clinic.
In October 2012, I was examined at the cardiology department, where, after the coronary angiography was performed, the doctors concluded that stenting of two coronary arteries is necessary. I got acquainted with a large amount of information on the Internet, and found out that in addition to metal stents with l. More
MULTIDISCIPLINE CLINICS IN AUSTRIA
SPECIALIZED CLINICS IN AUSTRIA
For many years, Austria has been consistently among the top ten countries with the best indicators in the field of medicine, taking a firm place among the socially developed countries of the world. Austria spends 8.3% of its GDP on health care. More than 13 thousand doctors work in hospitals and hospitals. Austrian doctors are world-renowned, and medical equipment is in great demand. The high level of Austrian medicine is confirmed by the life expectancy of Austrians, which is 77 years for men and 83 for women.
Based on these facts, UCMS "Treatment Abroad" confidently offers treatment in Austria to its clients.
The leading medical directions in Austria are:
Due to the high level of service, there are no queues at clinics in Austria. The conditions of stay in Austrian hospitals are comfortable, which implies accommodation in single or double rooms and a choice of menus.
Medicine does not stand still - every year thousands of studies are carried out in the world, successful developments are being introduced into practice, and a trip to another country for better treatment has become a frequent occurrence. For more than 15 years, the UCMS "Treatment Abroad" company has been making advanced medical technologies available to Russian-speaking patients.
A distinctive feature of the company is its medical approach: the staff employs certified doctors who speak foreign languages and are in constant contact with foreign clinics. This allows the specialists of the UCMS "Treatment Abroad" to be well oriented in the available methods of treatment and to conduct correspondence consultations with foreign professors, individually selecting the best options for the patient.
The work of a doctor in Austria is highly respected and honorable, but it also requires a lot of patience and hard work. Education takes an average of 7.5–8 years. By this time it is necessary to add an internship lasting 3–6 years, depending on the specialization. Only after that you can start full-fledged work.
In Austria, treatment can only be performed by qualified specialists. This provision is enshrined in law, so it is difficult to find self-taught healers here. According to statistics, there are three doctors per 1000 inhabitants on average. This is even more than in prosperous Great Britain.
In terms of medicine, Austria is in the top ten countries in the world, which is confirmed by the WHO assessment. Life expectancy in the country is 82 years for women and 77 years for men, and infant mortality is one of the lowest in the world. In Russia, we can only dream of such indicators.
The level of medicine in Austria is really very high
Every year in Austrian clinics 95,000 people are treated and 45,000 operations are performed. The work of doctors is not only in demand, but also well paid. The salary of a family doctor in Austria is approximately € 5,000, and a specialist's salary is € 9,000 per month.
When obtaining medical education and work experience outside the EU, in order to work in Austria, you need to go through the procedure for confirming the diploma and meeting the level of knowledge with local standards. This is nostrification. It consists of several stages.
It is quite possible to become a doctor in Austria with a Russian medical education
At the first one, the documents on education and the correspondence of the acquired knowledge to the local educational program are checked. Then evaluation testing is performed. The number of exams that will have to be passed to confirm the diploma depends on its results.
For this purpose, the future doctor is enrolled in one of the universities as a freelance student. After successfully passing the exams, the nostrification procedure is considered complete. To obtain the appropriate certificate, the following documents will be required: