From PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Moving to Italy
It is difficult to find work in Italy. As far as I am aware, salaries are much lower than in the United Kingdom, but the quality of life is arguably much better.

If you are a citizen of a European Union country you have freedom of employment within other European Union countries. A primary UK medical degree is accepted in Italy. A specialist medical qualification is also accepted in Italy, but you will need to obtain a certificate of equivalent experience from the relevant specialist college in Italy.

Research resources include:

BMA International Department—tel 0207 383 6491/6231

www.medicstravel.co.uk/CountryHospitals/Europe/Italy—excellent website for hospital names, addresses, and phone numbers

Italian Health Department may be able to give you some pointers.

It is also worth networking with the professors in your specialty in the United Kingdom—they will know their equivalents in Italy and may be able to put in a good word for you there.

You should (must) have full UK General Medical Council registration for any post in the European Union. Make sure you have full documented proof of all qualifications and experience. You will need to apply to individual hospitals or country health departments. Carefully research the available indemnity insurance. In summary, the requirements for working in any European Union country are the same as those for working in the United Kingdom. Good luck.
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