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If you have been diagnosed with endometriosis or fibroids and you are looking to have surgery, the process to be treated by Dr Mitroi is very simple and straightforward. If you require excision treatment or you need a medical opinion, email Dr Mitroi at, with a history of your symptoms and any medical records that you have related to your health issues, i.e surgery report, MRI, scans. After getting in touch with Dr Mitroi, you will be advised further about the process.

If you need administrative information, regarding the process of traveling for surgery, you can contact us at

For more information read our patient’s guide:


Dr Mitroi understands the emotional and financial impact of having surgery and to reduce the stress, he offers a simple and flexible process to patients from abroad. After submitting your medical records and history for review, Dr Mitroi will answer your questions and provide any information that you might need. If surgery is indicated, the surgery date will be scheduled based on Dr Mitroi and the patient’s availability.


If you require a medical letter for different purposes (medical visa, sick leave, insurance coverage and appeal, cost reimbursement), we will provide it for you.


Bucharest Endometriosis Center was created as an alternative for patients that require specialist treatment at affordable prices. The cost given is an estimated total one based on the average cases. The final cost is not known until the surgery is performed. The medical team is assessing the case and makes decisions (surgery type, time) based on medical records, symptoms and tests. Some records are old, others are lacking information, in some cases the disease is not seen on imaging or there are no symptoms to tell if an organ is affected and only during surgery the correct assessment is done, that’s why in some cases extra charges might incur.

Do I need a GP/doctor referral?

No, Dr Mitroi works in private hospitals and patients can self-refer.

Where are you based?

Our center is based in two private hospitals in Bucharest, at the Monza Oncology Hospital

Where I am going to be seen?

Patients are seen for consultations at both Wellborn and Monza Oncology Hospital and the surgery will take place at the at the Monza Hospital.

Do you accept S2/insurance?

Unfortunately, the hospitals accept direct payment only.  S2 is not accepted due to the very low cost refunded by the Romanian National Health System. Dr Mitroi offers help in getting the cost refunded by the insurance provider or the public healthcare.

How much sick leave do I get?

It depends on the complexity of the case. Dr Mitroi gives a minimum of 4 weeks sickness leave. If you need more, please let us know.

Can I have visitors?

Yes, you can. Visitors are welcome to stay with the patient until late hours in the evening. The nurses will notify the visitor(s) when it is time to leave. If you want to have someone with you at all times, there is a charge for it.

COVID info- visitors are not allowed at the moment due to COVID

How long do I have to stay in the country?

Dr Mitroi recommends his patients to stay in the country for a minimum of 7-10 days after the surgery day.

How quickly can I be seen?

We have a waiting list of 2 or 3 months. For consultation/MRI only, this can be booked within a week or two.

How can I contact you?

You can email Dr Mitroi at or his administrative staff at

You can also contact him on Facebook, Dr Gabriel Mitroi and Bucharest Endometriosis Center.

What documents do I need?

Surgery report, MRI scan reports, MRI images. Preferably most recent ones and not too old (3-4 years).

What type of payment is accepted?

Romanian currency in cash and card payment, credit and debit cards, Visa and MasterCard.

Does the staff speak English?

The doctors speak English. Some of the nurses speak English plus other languages, French, Spanish.

Do I need bowel preparation?

Yes, Dr Mitroi will tell you what to take a day before your surgery.

Do I need to keep a diet?

Yes, a light/liquid diet is recommended 3-4 days before surgery. You can have soups, mushy food, yogurt, tea, smoothies.