About Our Colorado Fertility Clinic

The Rocky Mountain Center for Reproductive Medicine is an infertility clinic and reproductive gynecologic surgery center located in Ft. Collins CO.

Dr. Kevin Bachus, MD, Infertility Specialist is Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. He has practiced in Ft. Collins for over fifteen years.

The clinic offers all services for the diagnosis and treatment of infertility with an active and successful IVF and donor egg program. In addition, the clinic has an emphasis on helping couples conceive with “lower technology” or more natural options as well. Dr. Bachus is a skilled laparoscopic surgeon and successfully performs many challenging microsurgical procedures, such as tubal reversal surgery.

The Rocky Mountain Center for Reproductive Medicine is not like large fertility clinics that often conduct many hundreds or even thousands of IVF cycles per year. The staff’s focus is on individualized, personal care, which is impossible when managing too many patients.

As a result, all are devoted to spending the time needed to completely explain all aspects of each couples infertility treatment. This attitude is shared by all of the staff.

From Dr Bachus, to the nurses, to the financial counselors, the ultimate goal is to help couples have the child of their dreams and to minimize the stress that often accompanies infertility. The size of the clinic enables us to spend the time necessary to support and counsel our patients.

The table below contains a partial list of services with links to the appropriate pages with in depth discussions.

Our Services

We provide all services for the diagnosis and treatment of infertility including an outstanding IVF and donor egg program.

We also offer intrauterine insemination (IUI), medical treatment, and advanced laparoscopic surgery.

Office Hours

Monday-Thursday 8AM - 5PM
Friday 8AM - 1PM


Our patients can reach us for emergencies 24 hours a day by calling our main number.

If your situation is life threatening, dial 911 or go directly to your local ER.