University of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine is moving to a new practice location in Stapleton and will begin seeing patients on June 4, 2013. The new, state-of-the-art facility features brand new equipment and even some new services, but patients can still expect the same caring staff members committed to providing the highest standards of care and personal compassion for their patients.
“We’re moving for the convenience of our patients, to give them a private-practice setting that’s more nurturing,” says Dr. Ruben Alvero, chief of Advanced Reproductive Medicine and professor for the School of Medicine. “We’ve always given our patients comprehensive, individualized care in the most cost-effective, least-invasive manner, and now they’ll receive that care in a more comfortable facility.”
The move represents the beginning of a new level of care at the practice. The new setting offers patients the best of both worlds: an intimate, private-practice feel backed up by the expertise of a leading university research hospital involved in every aspect of reproductive medicine.
All appointments set for June 4th or after will be at the new Stapleton location, which offers patients easy access and convenient parking for a low-stress visit.
Everyone is invited to join the UCARM staff at the Stapleton Clinic Open House on Thursday, May 30, 2013 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. for a chance to see the new facility.
3055 Roslyn St., Room 230
Denver, CO 80238