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Columna Medical Center

Columna Medical Center

Bucharest, Romania

51 Tepes Voda street , district 2, Bucharest

Focus Area: In Vitro Fertilization | Gynecology | Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery | Cardiology | Endocrinology | Infertility Examination | General Surgery | Varicose Vein Laser Treatment | Bucharest, Romania Best In Vitro Fertilization Clinic, Affordable Gynecology Surgery Hospitals, Aesthetic Surgery in Romania, Cheap Neurology Treatment Center, Best Cardiology Clinic, Affordable Nutrition Doctors, Top Urology Treatment Hospitals,  General Surgery,  IVF,  Vasectomy,  Bucharest, Romania

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Located in the heart of Bucharest, Columna Medical Center is a multidisciplinary clinic  as  well as  a modern fertility center. 

Endowed with latest technology equipments and a medical team whose experience in the field of Assisted Reproductive Technologies is  outstanding, the medical clinic’s goal is to diagnose and solve all infertility problems a couple may be facing.

With a surface of almost 1800 sqm, the medical center is divided in two specific areas:

  1. Multidisciplinary medical center
  2. Assisted Reproductive Technology Department

Both medical center and A.R.T Department have separate access ways as well as separate reception desks, thus offering extra intimacy and discretion to all couples interested in  infertility treatments and procedures.

Within the medical center there can be found medical specialties such as:

  • Obstetrics & gynecology
  • Dermatovenerology
  • Urology
  • General surgery & Plastic and Aesthetic surgery
  • Anaesthesia and intensive care
  • Cardiology
  • Neurology
  • Internal Medicine
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Hematology
  • Psychology
  • Diabetes, nutrition and metabolic diseases
  • Endocrinology

Related competencies: General, obstetric and  endocrine ultrasound, colposcopy, flebology.

IVF Laboratory

Assisted Reproductive Technology Departments includes the monitoring examination room, the IVF laboratory, Cryo storage room, operation room, preoperative and postoperative room, in vitro fertilization laboratory as well as 4 modern wards for postanaesthia surveillance of the patients.

The IVF Laboratory has got separate rooms for processing and storage and it is monitored 24 /7 through Planer Assure 24 System,  thus  being able to prevent any type of incident which may affect the quality or the  survival of embryos.

The  laboratory is fully equipped with Origio equipments:

  • Fortuna IVF workstations
  • CO2 Galaxy incubator
  • Planer BT37 benchtop incubators
  • Nikon SMZ stereomicroscope
  • Inverted microscope Nikon Ti-U
  • Nikon microscopy

The IVF Center includes:

  • A cabinet for monitoring and drafting the documentation necessary for the medical procedure
  • Four reserves
  • Operations rooms built according to the European standards where, beside the IVF specific procedures, other surgical interventions can also be made, such as: hysteroscopy, laparoscopy, testicular biopsy, necessary in certain cases for fertilization
  • A IVF laboratory – with separated areas of processing and storage, monitored 24h to be able to  avoid any accidents which could affect the quality or survival of the  embryos, monitoring the air, temperature, gas concentration in the incubators, as well as monitoring the nitrogen level in the storage containers

The other part of the clinic is intended for related investigations to in vitro fertilization and has cabinets with the following specialties:

  • Obstetrics-gynecology
  • Medical imagistic, 4D echography
  • Endocrinology
  • Urology
  • Dermatovenerology
  • Work medicine
  • Internal medicine
  • Cardiology
  • Neurology
  • Psychiatry/ Psychology
  • Infectious diseases
  • Hematology
  • Diabetes and nutrition diseases
  • Kinetic therapy
  • Anesthesia and intensive therapy
  • General Surgery

The best experts in the field!
The team of Columna Medical Center is made of professionals who place a premium on the respect to the doctor profession and to the patient, striving to offer the latter a professional medical service at European standards.

Among the equipments to be found within the medical center, there can be mentioned:

  • Voluson 730 Expert BT08 Ultrasound
  • Philips HD 7XE Echocardiography system
  • Carl Zeiss 150 FC  Colposcope
  • Fukuda Denshi UF-400 AX Portable Ultrasounds
  • ECG Cardiax and many others

Complex care!
Columna Medical Center’s goal is to provide professional medical services within an unique, modern and inviting location specially conceived as to satisfy even the most exacting needs of a modern patient for whom quality and professionalism always come first.




Equipped with the latest devices, according to the European standards and supported by a team of highly professional doctors with over 14 years of experience in the field of in vitro fertilization, Columna Medical Center has as purpose to diagnose and solve all the problems related to infertility.

Having a surface of 1800 sqm, the clinic is divided in two: IVF Center and Medical Clinic. Columna Medical Center, with 13 medical cabinets specially designed to provide all other investigations and treatments previous to in vitro fertilization, thus meeting all of the patients needs, 2 reception rooms and one Kinetic room.

All the cabinets are equipped with premium devices and equipment both in performance, and as brand in the field. The In Vitro Fertilization Center has a separate access way, being situated in another wind of the building, in order to ensure the necessary intimacy for each patient and is equipped and developed in such a way so as to be able to successfully use all the Assisted Human Reproduction techniques.

“No-scalpel and no needle vasectomy”
Vasectomy represents the safest permanent contraception method in men, consisting of interrupting the deferential tubes. The deferential tubes have the role to carry the spermatozoids from the level of the testicles, where they are produced, to the level of the prostate, from where they are led by ejaculation, during the sexual act, into the female genital tract.

Phlebology is the medical specialization dealing with the treatment of varicose veins (varicose). The varicose disease represents a real problem, the incidence of the disease being estimated to a percentage between 30-60%.

It is already known that stress affects a part of the brain (hypothalamus) responsible for regulating the hormones helping the ovulation. Thus, once the signals received from the brain indicate a high level of stress, the ovulation can be delayed and the chances to remain pregnant decrease considerably...

The sport and the pregnancy are a perfect couple! Moving is very important in order to reduce the discomfort caused by the pregnancy and for the harmonious development of the unborn baby since intrauterine life...

The team of Columna Medical Center is made of professionals who place a premium on the respect to the doctor profession and to the patient, striving to offer the latter a professional medical service at European standards.

All the cabinets are equipped with premium devices and equipment both in performance, and as brand in the field.

Columna Medical Center has 13 medical cabinets specially designed to provide all the other investigations and treatments previous to in vitro fertilization, thus meeting the needs of the patients, 2 reception rooms and one Kinetic room.









The team of Columna Medical Center is made of professionals who place a premium on the respect to the doctor profession and to the patient, striving to offer the latter a professional medical service at European standards.

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Bucharest is the capital municipality, cultural, industrial, and financial center of Romania. It is the largest city in Romania, located in the southeast of the country, at 44°25 57N 26°06 14E and lies on the banks of the Dâmbovi?a River.

Bucharest was first mentioned in documents as early as 1459. Since then it has gone through a variety of changes, becoming the state capital of Romania in 1862 and steadily consolidating its position as the center of the Romanian mass media, culture and arts. Its eclectic architecture is a mix of historical (neo-classical), interbellum (Bauhaus and Art Deco), Communist-era and modern. In the period between the two World Wars, the city's elegant architecture and the sophistication of its elite earned Bucharest the nickname of "Little Paris" (Micul Paris). Although many buildings and districts in the historic center were damaged or destroyed by war, earthquakes, and Nicolae Ceau?escu's program of systematization, many survived. In recent years, the city has been experiencing an economic and cultural boom..

According to provisional data from 2011 census, 1,677,985 inhabitants live within the city limits, a decrease from the figure recorded at the 2002 census. The urban area extends beyond the limits of Bucharest proper and has a population of 1.93 million people. Adding the satellite towns around the urban area, the proposed metropolitan area of Bucharest would have a population of 2.2 million people. According to Eurostat, Bucharest has a Larger Urban Zone of 2,151,880 residents. According to unofficial data, the population is more than 3 million. Bucharest is the 10th largest city in the European Union by population within city limits.

Economically, Bucharest is the most prosperous city in Romania and is one of the main industrial centers and transportation hubs of Eastern Europe. The city has a broad range of convention facilities, educational facilities, cultural venues, shopping arcades, and recreational areas.

The city proper is administratively known as the Municipality of Bucharest (Municipiul Bucureti), and has the same administrative level as a county, being further subdivided into six sectors.

Bucharest has a temperate climate (Köppen climate classification Cfa). Due to its position on the Romanian Plain, the city's winters can get windy, even though some of the winds are mitigated due to urbanisation. Winter temperatures often dip below 0 °C (32 °F), sometimes even dropping to −20 °C (−4 °F). In summer, the average temperature is approximately 23 °C (73 °F) (the average for July and August), despite the fact that temperatures frequently reach 35 °C (95 °F) to 40 °C (104 °F) in mid-summer in the city center. Although average precipitation and humidity during summer are low, there are occasional heavy storms. During spring and autumn, average daytime temperatures vary between 17 °C (63 °F) to 22 °C (72 °F), and precipitation during this time tends to be higher than in summer, with more frequent yet milder periods of rain.

Bucharest is situated on the banks of the Dâmbovi?a River, which flows into the Arge? River, a tributary of the Danube. Several lakes – the most important of which are Lake Her?str?u, Lake Floreasca, Lake Tei, and Lake Colentina – stretch across the northern parts of the city, along the Colentina River, a tributary of the Dâmbovi?a. In addition, in the center of the capital there is a small artificial lake – Lake Ci?migiu – surrounded by the Ci?migiu Gardens. The Ci?migiu Gardens have a rich history, being frequented by famous poets and writers. Opened in 1847 and based on the plans of German architect Carl F.W. Meyer, the gardens are currently the main recreational facility in the city center.

Besides Ci?migiu, Bucharest contains several other large parks and gardens, including Her?str?u Park and the Botanical Garden. Her?str?u is located in the north of the city, around Lake Her?str?u, and is the site of the Village Museum, while the Botanical Garden is the largest of its kind in Romania and contains over 10,000 species of plants, many of them exotic; it was once a pleasure park for the royal family.

Bucharest is situated in the south eastern corner of the Romanian Plain, in an area once covered by the Vl?siei forest, which, after it was cleared, gave way to a fertile flatland. As with many cities, Bucharest is traditionally considered to have seven hills, similar to the seven hills of Rome. Bucharest's seven hills are: Mihai Vod?, Dealul Mitropoliei, Radu Vod?, Cotroceni, Spirei, V?c?re?ti and Sf. Gheorghe Nou.

The city has a total area of 226 square kilometres (87 sq mi). The altitude varies from 55.8 metres (183.1 ft) at the Dâmbovi?a bridge in C??elu, south-eastern Bucharest and 91.5 m (300.2 ft) at the Militari church. The city has a relatively round shape, with the center situated approximately in the cross-way of the main north-south/east-west axes at University Square. The milestone for Romania's Kilometre Zero is placed just south of University Square in front of the New St. George Church (Sfântul Gheorghe Nou) at St. George Square (Pia?a Sfântul Gheorghe). Bucharest's radius, from University Square to the city limits in all directions, varies from about 10 to 12 km (6.25–7.5 mi).

Until recently, the regions surrounding Bucharest were largely rural, but after 1989, new suburbs started to be built around Bucharest, in the surrounding Ilfov county. Further urban consolidation is expected to take place in the late 2010s, when the Bucharest metropolitan area will become operational, incorporating various communes and cities of Ilfov and other surrounding counties.

Bucharest has a diverse and growing cultural scene, with cultural life exhibited in a number of various fields, including the visual arts, performing arts and nightlife. Unlike other parts of Romania, such as the Black Sea coast or Transylvania, Bucharest's cultural scene is much more eclectic, without a defined style, and instead incorporates various elements of Romanian and international culture. Bucharest has an eclectic mixture of elements from traditionally Romanian buildings to buildings that are influenced by French architects. It is because of this French influence that Bucharest was once called "the Paris of the East" or "Little Paris."

There are a number of cultural festivals in Bucharest throughout the year, in various domains, even though most festivals take place in the summer months of June, July and August. The National Opera organizes the International Opera Festival every year in May and June, which includes ensembles and orchestras from all over the world. The Romanian Athaeneum Society hosts the George Enescu Festival at various locations throughout the city in September every two years (odd years). Additionally, the Museum of the Romanian Peasant and the Village Museum organize a number of events throughout the year showcasing Romanian folk arts and crafts.

In the 2000s (decade), due to the growing prominence of the Chinese community in Bucharest, several Chinese cultural events have taken place. The first officially-organized Chinese festival was the Chinese New Year's Eve Festival of February 2005 which took place in Nichita St?nescu Park and was organized by the Bucharest City Hall. In 2005, Bucharest was the first city in Southeastern Europe to host the international CowParade, which resulted in dozens of decorated cow sculptures being placed at various points across the city.

Since 2005 Bucharest has its own contemporary art biennale, the Bucharest Biennale.



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