About Our Fertility Clinic

Our mission

University of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine (CU ARM) is driven by finding the right solution for every patient. Our goal is to provide personalized care to each person or couple. Our reward is helping our patients achieve their family goals.

Since many assisted reproductive treatments are not covered by insurance, our patients often pay for medical services out of pocket. This is part of the reason we are committed to making our care as affordable as possible by eliminating extra costs and being fully price transparent.

Infertility is an arduous journey, and we understand the wide array of emotions that this struggle can bring. We strive to support our patients’ well-being by offering fertility counseling resources and stress-relieving treatments, such as acupuncture.

We also believe that finding the right fertility treatment is a very personal decision. Our clinicians use their expertise to educate and guide, rather than dictate, so our patients can navigate their fertility treatment options with confidence.

 Ready to take the next step? We can help.

Contact our Denver team | (303) 724-8089
Contact our Colorado Springs team | (719) 314-3333

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Why choose CU ARM for IVF & fertility treatment?

CU ARM is a large, experienced and comprehensively skilled team of experts, committed to meeting our patients’ unique fertility needs. We specialize in the evaluation and treatment of infertility and reproductive disorders, providing personalized care ranging from basic infertility treatment to the most advanced in vitro fertilization technologies available.

All of our doctors have completed formal fellowship training in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Each is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and board certified or eligible for board certification in the subspecialty of reproductive endocrinology and infertility.

Additionally, we work closely with a urologist who is subspecialty trained in male infertility. Our infertility evaluation and treatment services are offered at two convenient locations: the Denver location in the Stapleton neighborhood and the Colorado Springs location in Briargate.

What sets CU ARM apart from other fertility clinics

Personalized care

We pride ourselves in providing care highly tailored to each patient’s unique needs. This includes providing unconventional treatment options for complicated cases, which are usually not available at other practices.

Cost sensitivity

CU ARM is not driven by financial incentives. Not only are our prices highly competitive, but we keep striving to reduce the cost for our patients by eliminating unnecessary, expensive procedures and medications. We are also the only clinic in Colorado that offers the ARC Fertility Program, which provides financing, refund options on IVF costs and more.

Academic approach

The University of Colorado is a teaching hospital, which means our doctors are also educators and researchers. Because of this, we approach problems like scientists, with an eye to continually improve clinical results and finding the best treatments for our patients. Working within this setting also gives us a unique insight into advances in medical research and access to ongoing clinical trials in the fields of fertility medicine and related specialties.

World leader in fertility research

Our research informs how we care for our patients and includes technological advances, improving clinical best practices and focusing on issues patients can control, such as the link between weight, nutrition and fertility. This unique research expertise helps us deliver transformational treatments and allows us to help patients consistently achieve success. The work we do also influences our specialty’s approach to patient care. For example, our research with the National Institutes of Health proved that an inexpensive medication was 30 percent more effective than a more commonly used medication in helping women with polycystic ovary syndrome – one of the most common causes of infertility – become pregnant.

History of success

Understanding success rates for IVF and fertility treatments is challenging. Many fertility clinics claim to have exceptional success rates, but don’t disclose that they refuse to treat some conditions and patients in order to keep those rates high. We promise our patients that we will remain transparent by annually reporting our pregnancy and birth rates to the Society for Assisted Reproductive Medicine (SART) and by publishing our rates on our website. And while we are proud of our success rates, we are even prouder to provide care to patients, no matter their diagnosis.


Talk to a doctor today. New patients are encouraged to call our Denver clinic at (303) 724-8089 and leave contact information with the office. A physician will call you back between 4-7 p.m. that same day to answer any of your questions.