If you are interested in the training as a cardiac surgeon in Poland, are interested in the international practice, or if you intend to get the right to practice medicine in the European Union countries, the Euromed Foundation has developed a number of targeted programs for you. The Foundation also helps those doctors who need the cardiac surgeon qualification advancement in Poland in accordance with the European standards.
The programs offered by the Foundation can be conditionally divided into two groups: those intended for students of medical universities and practicing doctors. For students who have planned the cardiac surgeon qualification advancement in Poland, the Euromed Foundation will offer information trips for several days or a summer medical practice in cardiac surgery departments of Polish hospitals.
Other area of the work of the Foundation is to assist the doctors who have a certain work record and who want to adapt their knowledge to the European standards. The cardiac surgeon qualification advancement courses in Poland, and also the highly specialized seminars and trainings are held for them. The cardiac surgeions can also take part in scientific symposia.
If you are interested in any program – leave an application at the website. We will call you back, consult and select a program that will allow you to integrate into the European medicine more quickly. You do not have to process loads of information to find out how to get an internship abroad. All internships for foreign doctors are conducted at certified state medical institutions according to an individual program with a supervisor.
Important moment for the vast majority of our doctors: participation in information trips and other programs is possible without any knowledge of Polish language. The programs presented by the Foundation are supervised by a representative from Euromed who is fluent in Polish (including medical Polish) and who provides simultaneous interpretation for our compatriots during the trip or internship. That is why the program participants will be able to communicate freely with medical colleagues in Poland and receive the necessary highly professional information.