Now, I’m just starting my masters (hopefully) this autumn, but I have heard that Rigshospitalet are kinda big and busy and they don’t care too much about the students. Don’t know how true that really is, but everywhere one has to put an effort to make the doctors sort of notice you.
Anyways, there is Hvidovre hospital, close to city and it has about 5500 births every year thereby being the largest hospital in this field (they also brag about it). They have a Neonative Care Unit (http://www.hvidovrehospital.dk/menu/Afdelinger/Boerneafdelingen/Neonatalafsnittet/Neonatalafsnittet.htm?siu=true you might want to use Google Translate).
I’ve been in the Coronary Care Unit and it was just great with great Doc’s. It’s better if you follow the young doctors, as they tend to remember the feeling of being a young student. They often include you in the examination and stuff and also have more energy.
Well, that’s all I got for now, hope you’ll find it useful!