The licensing can be a hassle. I suggested St Thomas because it is a US territory and the licensing is straightforward, but still a nuisance. If you work
for a medical
center outside the US, typically your agency will handle the paperwork...for a fee to the facility. Might want to check on your malpractice coverage wherever you decide to work. You could also visit the websites that rank the hospital in terms of outcomes, patient satisfaction, compliance, etc. Wouldn't want to put your license
on the line with a dicey situation.