Doctor jobs in Hamburg - Germany

Doctor jobs in Hamburg - Germany

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Gastroenterology 1 0 0
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Pediatric Surgery 0 0 0
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Ophthalmology 0 0 0
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Otolaryngology 0 0 0
Urology 0 0 0
Clinical radiology 0 0 0
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Hamburg - Germany

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Hamburg, officially the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, is the second largest city in Germany, the fifteenth largest German state and the sixth largest city in the European Union. The city is home to over 1.8 million people, while the Hamburg Metropolitan Region has more than 5 million inhabitants. 

Situated on the river Elbe, the port of Hamburg is the second largest port in Europe, after the port of Rotterdam and eleventh largest worldwide. 

Alsterarkaden Hamburg
Hamburg is located on the southern point of the Jutland Peninsula, directly between Continental Europe to its south and Scandinavia to its north. The North Sea is west and the Baltic Sea is east of Hamburg. Hamburg is located on the river Elbe at its confluence with the Alster and Bille. 
Hamburg has architecturally significant buildings in a wide range of styles and only a few skyscrapers. Churches are important landmarks, such as St. Nicholas’s church, which in the 19th century was the world’s tallest building. The skyline of Hamburg features the tall spires of the most important churches St. Michael’s Church, St. Peter’s Church, St. James’s Church and St. Catherine’s Church. 
St. Michael’s Church, St. Peter’s Church
St. James’s Church, St. Catherine Church
The many streams, rivers and canals in Hamburg are crossed by over 2300 bridges, more than London, Amsterdam and Venice put together. Hamburg has more bridges inside its city limits than any other city in the world and more canals than Amsterdam and Venice combined. The Köhlbrandbrücke, Freihafen Elbbrücken, and Lombardsbrücke and Kennedybrücke dividing Binnenalster from Aussenalster are important roadways.

The town hall is a richly decorated Neo-Renaissance building finished in 1897. The tower is 112 meters high. Its façade, 111 m long, depicts the emperors of the Holy Roman Empire, since Hamburg was, as a Free Imperial City, only under the sovereignty of the emperor. 

The Chilehaus, a brick stone office building built in 1922 and designed by architect Fritz Hoger, is shaped like an ocean liner. 
Hamburg’s many parks are distributed over the whole city, which makes Hamburg a very verdant city. The biggest parks are the Stadtpark, the Ohlsdorf Cemetery and Planten un Blomen. The Stadtpark, Hamburg’s Central Park, was designed by Fritz Schumacher in the 1910s and houses Europe’s biggest planetaria. 
Hamburg offers more than 40 theaters, 60 museums and 100 music venues and clubs. In 2005, more than 18 million people visited concerts, exhibitions, theaters, cinemas, museums and cultural events. 
The state-owned Deutsches Schauspielhaus, the Thalia Theater, “Ohnsorg Theater”, Schmidts Tivoli and the Kampnagel are well-known theaters in Germany and abroad. The English Theater of Hamburg was established in 1976 and is the oldest professional English speaking theater in Germany and has exclusively English native-speaking actors in its company. 
Deutsches Schauspielhaus

The English Theater
Hamburg possesses several big museums and galleries showing classical and contemporary art, as for example the Kunsthalle Hamburg with its contemporary art gallery, the
Museum for Art and Industry and the Deichtorhallen.
Kunsthalle Hamburg
The Internationals Maritimes Museum Hamburg opened in the HafenCity quarter in 2008. There are various specialized museums in Hamburg, such as the Museum of Labor and several museums of local history. 
Internationals Maritimes Museum Hamburg
Two museum ships near Landungsbrucken bear witness to the freight ship Cap San Diego and cargo sailing ship era Rickmer Rickmers. 
Cap San Diego, Rickmer Rickmers
Hamburg State Opera is a leading opera company. Its orchestra is the Philharmoniker Hamburg. The city’s other well-known orchestra is the North German Radio Symphony Orchestra. The main concert venue is the Laeiszhalle, Musikhalle Hamburg.
Hamburg State Opera, North German Radio Symphony Orchestra
Since the German premiere of Cats in 1985, there have always been musicals, running in the city, including The Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King, Dirty Dancing and Dance of the Vampires. This density, the highest in Germany, is partially due to the major musical production company Stage Entertainment being based in the city.

Scenes from The Phantom of the Opera 
Hamburg is the birthplace of Johannes Brahms, who spent his formative early years in the city. Hamburg was also the birthplace and home for famous waltz composer Oscar Fetras who wrote the well-known “Mondnacht auf der Alster” waltz.
Johannes Brahms, Oscar Fetas
Prior to the group’s initial recording and subsequent widespread fame, Hamburg provided residency and performing venues for The Beatles from 1960 to 1962. 

The Beatles live in Hamburg
Cooking in the German state of Hamburg has been influenced by its abundant supply of seafood, as well as from its worldwide trade of spices and luxury foods. Its trade partners also brought with them cooking techniques and recipes from foreign countries.
Hamburg cooking is known for its seafood dishes. Various types of fish, crab, herring, lobster and eel are among the favorites. Typical seasonings used in Hamburg cooking include cayenne pepper, anise, paprika, cumin, bay leaves, cloves, saffron, curry powder, nutmeg, pepper, juniper berries, cardamom, allspice and cinnamon. 
In the middle Ages, Hamburg had hundreds of breweries. It was in Hamburg where the discovery of hops as an ingredient to beer was made. Although many breweries still exist in Hamburg, the most well known throughout Germany is the Holsten Brewery. 
Makronen, Holsten Beer
The 2007 gross domestic product (GDP) of Hamburg totaled 88.9 billion Euros. The city has the highest GDP in Germany -50.000 Euros per capita - and a relatively high employment rate at 88% of the working-age population, employed in over 120.000 businesses. In 2007, the average income of employees was 30.937 Euros/year.
Hamburg has for centuries been a commercial center of Northern Europe, and it is the most important banking city of Northern Germany. The city is the seat of Germany’s oldest bank, the Berenberg Bank, M.M. Warburg & CO and HSH Nordbank.
The most significant economic unit for Hamburg is the Port of Hamburg, which ranks 2nd only to Rotterdam in Europe and 9th worldwide with transshipments of 9.8 million twenty-foot equivalent units of cargo and 134 million tons of goods in 2007. International trade is also the reason for the large number of consulates in the city. Although situated 110 km up the Elbe, it is considered a sea port due to its ability to handle large ocean-going vessels. 
Hamburg is an important location of the civil aerospace industry, Airbus, which has an assembly plant in Finkenwerder employing over 13.000 people.
Heavy industry includes the making of steel, aluminum, copper and a number of shipyards such as Blohm + Voss.
Another important business sector is the Media, employing over 70.000 people. The Norddeutscher Rundfunk which includes the television station NDR Fernsehen is based in Hamburg, as are the commercial television station Hamburg 1, the Christioan television station Bibel TV and the civil media outlet Tide TV. 

There are regional radio stations such as Radio Hamburg. Some of Germany's largest publishing companies, Axel Springer AG, Gruner + Jahr, Bauer Media Group are located in the city. Many national newspapers and magazines such as Der Spiegel and Die Zeit are produced in Hamburg, as well as some special-interest newspapers such as Financial Times Deutschland. Hamburger Abendblatt and Hamburger Morgenpost are daily regional newspapers with a large circulation. 

There are music publishers, such as Warner Bros. Records Germany, and ICT firms such as Adobe Systems and Google Germany. Jimdo GmbH, a German web hosting provider, is headquartered in Hamburg. The Internet and telecommunications company HanseNet, which sells DSL Internet access under the Alice brand, has its headquarters in Hamburg.