Becoming a New Patient & Patient Policies

The doctors and staff at University of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine understand that the journey through infertility is not always easy. The decision to seek treatment is an important one, and we are dedicated to providing expert care to meet your individual needs. The Advanced Reproductive Medicine team offers a unique type of care, coupling personalization with cutting-edge medicine to target infertility and other reproductive health issues in both women and men.

Questions before starting treatment? Call our Denver Clinic at (303) 724-8089. Tell our scheduler that you are a potential new patient and a doctor will call you back between 4-7PM that same day.

From your very first visit at our care centers to your final treatment, we aim to provide an excellent ongoing experience and a well-developed plan to achieve your goals of parenthood.

First steps

In order to begin the process of restoring your reproductive health, we have provided forms and information to prepare you for your first appointment. Please download these from Your First Appointment page, print out and bring your completed forms to your first appointment.

Be sure to read our first appointment page in order to know what to expect, and what medical records to bring to your initial visit. During your first appointment, we will gather information about your attempts to conceive, medical history (both of fertility patients and their partners), lifestyle factors, and family medical history.

During your first appointment and subsequent interactions, it is also important to us to answer your questions and give you a clear understanding of your evaluation and treatment plan so that together we can help you achieve your fertility goals.

Patient policies

  • If patients arrive for an appointment 15 minutes or more late, the appointment will be rescheduled.
  • There is a $40 fee for patients who do not show for a scheduled appointment.
  • There is a $40 fee for patients who cancel an appointment less than 24 hours prior to the scheduled time.
  • In order to comply with HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), only patients are permitted in the clinical area for vitals and blood draws. All family members or friends must remain in the waiting room.
  • Due to liability issues, children are not allowed in exam rooms during procedures.