‘Married To Medicine’s Contessa Metcalfe Returning For Season 10?

The tenth season of Married to Medicine is making its highly-anticipated return on Bravo this Sunday, November 5th, at 9:15 p.m. ET. Watch the trailer above to get a glimpse of what’s in store.

Dr. Jacqueline Walters, Dr. Simone Whitmore, Dr. Heavenly Kimes, Toya Bush-Harris, and Quad Webb are back for Season 10 of this Bravo reality series. This season also welcomes full-time additions, including former The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks and Lateasha Lunceford, while Dr. Alicia Egolum joins as a “friend of” the cast.

Yet, Dr. Contessa Metcalfe won’t be making a comeback for the upcoming season, following a few seasons where her tumultuous marriage took the spotlight.

Is Contessa Is Married To Scott Metcalfe?

Although Scott and the military veteran were on the brink of permanently separating during the Season 8 reunion, they have since addressed their issues through couples therapy.

Similar to their Married to Medicine colleagues Dr. Jackie Walters and Curtis Berry, as well as Dr. Simone Whitmore and Cecil Whitmore, this couple managed to mend their relationship.

As Season 9 begins, Contessa and Scott remain married, prioritizing their union and their three children, Lauren, Laila, and Landon.

In May 2022, they commemorated their 17th wedding anniversary, marking 20 years together. Their current contentment contrasts with past challenges they faced in their relationship.

Short Bio Of Contessa 

Contessa, born on June 4th, 1976, is a preventive medicine physician with over ten years of experience focusing on disease prevention and health maintenance in both individuals and larger populations. Alongside her medical profession, she is a proprietor of multiple enterprises, including Acute Face MD, a medical concierge service, and the Chastain Integrative Medical Clinic located in Atlanta, Georgia.

During her time in St. Louis, she enlisted in the Navy as a flight surgeon and acquired skills in piloting aircraft.

Her debut on Married to Medicine in 2017 marked the beginning of a presence spanning more than 50 episodes on the show.

Currently, Metcalfe’s financial worth stands at $3.5 million.

Contessa’s Family Background

Contessa’s father, Gerald Gray Sr., was a figure in her life, though her mother’s identity remains undisclosed. She regarded her father as the “coolest cat in Kansas City,” yet their relationship wasn’t the strongest, as she recalled his lack of smiles during her wedding.

Tragically, her father faced prostate cancer and reportedly passed away while in jail, though the specifics of his imprisonment are undisclosed. Equally sorrowful, Contessa’s mother succumbed to breast cancer. With a family history of cancer, Contessa herself underwent a double mastectomy during Season 6 of Married to Medicine.

Her educational journey included obtaining her medical degree from Saint Louis University School of Medicine and completing residencies in Family Medicine at Morehouse School of Medicine, as well as a Master’s in Public Health and Preventive Medicine and Occupational Medicine Residency at Meharry Medical College. She obtained medical licenses in Georgia and Virginia and is pursuing an Addiction Fellowship at Baptist Memorial Hospital.

More about her family, Contessa is the middle child among three siblings, with an older sister named Mishon Douglas and a younger brother named Gerald Gray II, who is a lawyer and runs his firm, G. Gray Law, LLC. He has a family with his high school sweetheart, Myra Gray.

Mishon, Contessa’s elder sister, graduated in 1990 and works in customer service at Burlington Coat Factory in Kansas City, Missouri.