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About Dr. Libson

Obstetrics and Gynecology requires a very unique level of trust between patients and their doctor. The information below is designed to help you get to know a little more about Dr. Libson before you come to the office.

Professional Experience

After completing his medical school and residency Dr. Libson moved back to Odessa where he grew up. He began practicing medicine in Odessa in 1989. Dr. Libson is Board Certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and is a Fellow of The American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology.  He is a member of The Texas Medical Association and the Ector County Medical Society. In order to stay up to date on medical developments in the area, and to ensure the local hospitals are providing the best care for patients, he has also served on or is currently serving on the following committees.
Odessa Regional Hospital / ORMC

Medical Executive Committee

Bylaws Committee

Laser Committee - Past Chairman

Endoscopy Committee - Past Chairman

Physician Recruitment Committee

Medical Center Hospital

Medical Executive Committee

Critical Care Committee

OB/GYN Section - Past Section Chief

Perinatal Committee - Past Chairman

Quality Assurance Committee

Utilization Review Committee


Dr. Libson attended Texas Tech University as a pre-med student from 1977 to 1981. He acquired a BS in Chemical Engineering with a 4.0 and graduated as Valedictorian of the College of Engineering. While at Texas Tech Dr. Libson set a new record for high score on the MCAT (Medical College Admission Test).
From 1981 to 1985 Dr. Libson attended UT Southwestern in Dallas, TX where he was named the Outstanding Student in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology for his graduating class. He was awarded academic scholarships and was a member of Alpha Omega Alpha (Medical Honor Society).
Dr. Libson performed his residency from 1985-1989 at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas. During those years, Parkland was one of the top two busiest OB/GYN departments in the nation delivering over 15,000 babies per year. The Parkland Hospital faculty has written the Williams Obstetrics textbook (in its 25 edition as of 2021) since 1930. Parkland Hospital provided Dr. Libson with some of the best available training and experience available in the field of OB/GYN. While there, Dr. Libson received the Program Director's Award based on his test score for the national OB/GYN resident exam (CREOG) for being in the top 2% of the nation.

Personal History

Dr. Libson has been married to his wife Beth since 1979 and they have raised their three daughters here in Odessa.

 He has been fortunate enough to watch his patients and their families grow along with his own over the years.

 Outside of his work, Dr. Libson is heavily involved in the community that his family and patients live in. He has served as a member, youth group leader, and deacon chairman for his church. He has also been a member of band boosters for Nimitz Jr. High and Permian High School while his children were in the programs. 

 He is a past president of The Ector County Medical Society, he has been a member of the Odessa Chamber of Commerce, and has served the American Red Cross, Safari Club International, Ronald McDonald House, and American Cancer Society.

Meet the Team

A physician's office can not function with just the doctor. Nurses to answer your questions and help provide medical care are critical. Educated office personnel who are available to help you with any insurance questions and scheduling appointments are also essential parts of any medical practice.
Dr. Libson would not be able to provide the quality of care his patients deserve without the talents and skills of his staff who work alongside him to provide your care.

Manuela Puga 

Front Office

Cindy Caballero 

Front Office

Katie Hernandez 

Medical Assistant

Jazmine Ortiz

Medical Assistant