• Libby Szeto
  • “I aim to create a patient-centric environment where individuals feel informed.”

I have always been captivated by the intricacies of pregnancy and the various aspects surrounding it. The opportunity to care for patients during such a sensitive and transformative period of their lives, and earning their trust, has been a deeply rewarding experience for me. In college, I volunteered as a labor coach and acted as an interpreter for Cantonese-speaking patients, which solidified my passion for this field.

I find fulfillment in the diversity of tasks that each day brings. From performing surgeries like hysterectomies to delivering babies vaginally or via C-section, as well as providing routine OB/GYN care, this variety keeps my work engaging and stimulating.

One of the aspects I cherish most is establishing continuity with my patients. I value the opportunity to build long-term relationships. Being able to follow up with patients and provide consistent care allows for a deeper understanding of their needs and values. This rapport not only facilitates communication but also guides our conversations and decision-making process. By fostering open communication and shared decision-making, I aim to create a patient-centric environment where individuals feel informed, heard, and actively involved in their own care.


Obstetrics & Gynecology

Work and Education

Professional Education

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Registrar, Pittsburgh, PA, 05/25/2019


Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY, 06/30/2020


Mount Sinai Medical Ctr OB Gyn Residency Program, New York, NY, 06/30/2023