Dr. Katherine Fackler-Chapman is a Board Certified Family Physician who has been in practice since 1989. Dr. Fackler joined Fox Valley Family Physicians in 1996, after practicing in the US Air Force for 7 years, including teaching at the Family Medicine Residency at Eglin AFB from 1992-1996. A graduate of Ohio State University College of Medicine, she completed her internship and residency at RL Thompson Strategic Hospital at Carswell AFB, Texas. Dr. KFC’s undergraduate degree is from Valparaiso University in Valparaiso, Indiana.
An Ohio native, Dr. KFC moved to Geneva to return to the Midwest. She and her husband wanted to raise their 2 children in a town with a strong sense of community. Dr. KFC feels that sense of community helps support patients and family. In her free time Dr. KFC enjoys bicycling with her husband, playing hand bells and singing in her church choir, reading, and working at the Tri-city Health Partnership.
Dr. KFC believes in partnering with her patients to maintain their health, encouraging them to take an active role in their health maintenance and supporting them in a healthy lifestyle. She enjoys seeing patients from infants to elders, and feels the family medicine approach helps support the health of individuals and the family itself.