As a first-generation American, Dr. Mary-Liberty Gibbsembraces both her Filipino and American heritage. It was one of the reasons she commissioned in the USAF and until recently, served in the rank of Major as a physician.
Dr. Gibbs completed her bachelors in psychology from Rutgers University, New Jersey before commissioning in the USAF Reserves as a 2nd Lieutenant. When she completed medical school at West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lewisburg, West Virginia, she was activated into the USAF and promoted to the rank of Captain. She continued her military and medical career at the San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Educational Consortium in Fort Sam Houston, Texas as an Internal Medicine specialist. Dr. Gibbs was appointed Medical Director of Internal Medicine at Misawa Air Base, Japan, and most recently served as Primary Care Manager and hospitalist at Mike O’Callaghan Military Medical Center.
Dr. Gibbs brings broad expertise in managing the complex and more routine needs of primary care patients. She sees her style as unique as the patients she cares for and she adjusts her approach accordingly. With the goal of helping patients be the healthiest they can be, Dr. Gibbs continues to read as many medical journals as she can and promotes an “everything in moderation” approach to wellness.
As a wife and mother, Dr. Gibbs admits they love riding sport motorcycles and attending moto-races around the world. When she’s not binge watching HGTV, she’s planning a family vacation to Disney World.
Medical School West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine