Congratulations, Parker Keckeisen!

NCAA Division I National Wrestling Champion for 184 lb. Weight Class and Hodge Trophy Finalist!

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Parker Keckeisen, University of Northern Iowa wresting champion, has been a skilled wrestler from a young age. As a student athlete, it’s important for Parker to keep his body at peak performance through high-quality healthcare from trusted providers.

We want to congratulate Parker on winning the NCAA Division I National Wrestling Championship for 184 lb. weight class! With this win, he is now one of five finalists for the prestigious Hodge Trophy! What an amazing achievement!

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Parker Keckeisen

About Parker Keckeisen

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Parker Keckeisen is currently a Junior at the University of Northern Iowa. He began wrestling at a young age and has since received multiple titles and awards for his accomplishments. Because of his hard work, dedication and sacrifice, Parker continues to improve his wrestling skills every day. Because Parker is a student athlete, he strives to keep his body in peak health to ensure he is ready for any challenge he may face. Parker trusts Dr. Poock and the team at Cedar Valley Primary Care & Walk-In Clinic to provide the highest quality care so he can continue to represent the Panthers to the best of his ability throughout his wrestling career.

James J. Poock, MD

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Dr. James J. Poock is no stranger to hard work and dedication. Not only is he a skilled and highly knowledgeable family medicine provider but he is also an amazing teacher, having received the Faculty Teacher of the Year Award in 2009 and 2011. Dr. Poock has 13 years of educating doctors at the Northeast Iowa Family Practice Residency Program under his belt, as well as being an Adjunct Clinical Professor at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine. Dr. Poock strives to continue to improve his practice while also expanding to bring convenient care and access to healthcare services for people all over the Cedar Valley and surrounding areas.

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James J. Poock, MD, FAAFP
“It takes hard work, discipline and sacrifice to improve yourself and your community.” -Parker Keckeisen