Location Profile

Odessa, Texas

Facility Type
Acute Care - General
Facility Location
Odessa, Texas
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Odessa, Texas. A full-service facility, the provider offers more than 300 beds and serves thousands of patients each year. Services and treatments include cancer care, diabetes, emergency, and more.

Community Overview

Odessa may be familiar to Friday Night Lights fans, as it was the focus of the non-fiction bestseller and influenced the resulting television show, however, Odessa is more than football. This growing oil town has developed quite a cultural hothouse thanks to its Globe Theatre replica, its several playhouses, as well as a firm base of artistic and historic appreciation.

Cost of Living

Made famous from the book Friday Night Lights, Odessa has become synonymous with football, but there’s so much more to this city. It has its quirks, such as the World’s Tallest Jack Rabbit sign, and all its excitement, like all of its festivals. From January to December, there’s always something to do, see, and enjoy in Odessa. Learn more about Odessa at the official city website and explore the area at the county website.


The Ector County Independent School District, Odessa’s school district includes 30 elementary schools, 9 middle schools, and 3 high schools. The district offers a range of educational options including STEM school, alternative learning facilities and more. Several of the elementary schools are magnet schools. Odessa also includes several private schools.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

Shopping fans don’t need to worry about the retail options in Odessa, Texas. Not only do you have stores to explore in the downtown area, but there’s also the Music City Mall. The mall includes a range of familiar brands in apparel, children’s, athletics, shoes and more. Odessa has a great performing arts scene, largely in part to the Globe of the Great Southwest. This 410-seat theatre is a replica of the London’s Globe and is home to Shakespearean productions plus other plays. The Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center features musicals, live comedy, music acts, and other productions with options for all ages. Your cultural venues also include The Midland–Odessa Symphony & Chorale and The Permian Playhouse. Museums in Odessa hold not only impressive collections of art but also multiple artifacts of history. The Ellen Noel Art Museum features a series of rotating exhibits and a sculpture garden, plus holds varied events. The Presidential Museum and Leadership Library has a wealth of artifacts, memorabilia, portraits, and research on all of the nation’s Presidents, while the Parker House Ranching Museum dates back to 1935 and contains a replica of early ranching life. Odessa was the site of a meteor crash more than 20,000 years ago and created a 550-foot diameter hole. This being Texas, however, there’s also plenty of outdoor recreation. From hiking trails to aquatic spray parks, there are so many places to play, run, and enjoy the great outdoors. The city also maintains a skate park, disc golf courses, and a golf course.

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Crime Rate

Odessa’s crime rate decreased by 30% over the last year. This in large part due to the vigilant police force of the city who engage in community crime prevention.

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