aboutUS
drCraig
Precious Wonders is a unique egg donation program offering three distinct advantages over other egg donation programs. Learn More.
Press Release

First Frozen Egg Pregnancy in Arizona
The Fertility Treatment Center announced that it has achieved the first successful In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) pregnancy in Arizona and the Southwestern United States using frozen human eggs (oocytes).

Read More.

Dr. H. Randall Craig

Dr. Craig founded the Fertility Treatment Center (FTC) in 1990, guided by a vision of providing high-quality, comprehensive fertility services, delivered with personalized care. Today, FTC is highly regarded by patients and physicians throughout the nation, who come to the center because of the expertise, commitment to compassionate care, and excellent success rates. FTC has emerged as a leader in developing and offering state-of-the-art services that maximize the chance of achieving pregnancy, and offers the latest, most successful treatment options available.

As an Associate Clinical Professor of Ob-Gyn at the University of Arizona Medical Center, Dr Craig is an academic physician, involved in both teaching and research, allowing FTC to stay on top of the latest developments in the field. His undergraduate degree in low-temperature physics has been invaluable in developing the egg, sperm, and embryo freezing program, increasing frozen embryo transfer success rates to among the best in the country. Dr. Craig graduated from Washington University School of Medicine, and is an active inventor, holding several key patents in medical freezing processes, embryo microfluidics, and surgical instruments.  He is the proud parent of in vitro fertilization twins girls and their frozen embryo transfer brothers.

  • Board certified in Ob-Gyn and in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
  • Phoenix Magazine – “Top Docs” selected every year from 1996 to 2010
  • United States National “Top Docs” peer ranking  - 2009

Dr. Craig’s Curriculum Vitae

FERTILITY TREATMENT CENTER - PRECIOUS WONDERS
Reproductive Medical Institute Complex at ASU Research Park, 2155 E. Conference Drive,
Suite 115 , Tempe, AZ 85284 • (480) 831-2445