Dr. Karen Fortman has been enjoying providing vision and eye health care with Primary EyeCare Associates since 1994. She attended Fort Loramie High School and The Ohio State University College of Optometry. She currently sees patients of all ages in our Sidney and Fort Loramie offices, with a special interest in pediatric eye care. Dr. Fortman participates in InfantSEE and Realeyes, volunteer programs to educate parents, children and teachers about the importance of a lifetime of vision and eye health care. She also provides special vision evaluations for the school-age child to assess the development of binocular vision and visual perception. She is an active member of our team of optometrists and vision therapists that provide vision therapy. Her practice of optometry, however, is not limited to pediatric eye care, as she enjoys providing primary eye care services for the entire family.
Dr. Fortman and her husband, Jim, are the parents of two children and reside in Fort Loramie. She has served on a number of community service organizations including Girl Scout Leader, Ft. Loramie Music Booster Organization president, and the Business Education Partnership committee of Shelby County. She is a member of St. Michael’s Catholic Church.