The Cardiovascular Prevention and Recovery Center opened in September 2012 and has 50 beds in rooms with climate control and specially designed furniture in order to create a pleasant and friendly atmosphere different from that of hospitals and recovery centers.

Every patient who is admitted will benefit from a personalized cardiovascular recovery program developed by the Cardiorec medical team, a physical therapy program adapted to the cardiovascular pathology, nutrition and physiological advice.

We are Clara and Bogdan Alexandrescu, founding members of the CardioRec cardiovascular prevention and recovery clinic.

CardioRec is a project in which we put our soul and we chose to come back to Romania after working for 12 years in western medical systems (Italy and Monaco) in order to help improve cardiovascular preventions and recovery in Romania. Since 2012 we have divided our time between Monaco and Corbeanca driven only by the will to apply in Romania what in the west is regarded as a must: cardiovascular prevention.

The dedicated medical staff, along with the best medical equipment create the perfect mix for cardiovascular investigations at the highest standard offering precise diagnostics and personalized therapeutical plans.

Dr. Clara & Bogdan Alexandrescu


  • Post-surgical cardiovascular recovery
  • Post heart attack recovery
  • Recovery for patients with cardiovascular insufficiency
  • Recovey for patients with inferior limb arteritis


  • Cardiology
  • Internal
  • Family
  • Lungs Disease
  • Neurology
  • Diabetes and nutrition diseases
  • Geriatrics
  • General Surgery
  • Pediatrics
  • Psychology


  • CT
  • MRI
  • Ultrasound

CardioRec has the most advanced CT in Romania (GE Revolution EVO) and can perform the following investigations with minimal irradiation because of the ASiR-V irradiation dosage reduction system:

  • Coronary Angio
  • Left Ventricle function evaluation
  • Carotid CT
  • Thoracic aorta CT
  • Pre TAVI CT
  • Standard thoracic, abdomen and cerebral CT
  • Virtual colonoscopy