“As a primary care physician, I not only want to be a resource for my patients’ physical health, but also for their mental and emotional well being. I hope to build a solid foundation of trust in order to educate and inspire patients to implement changes in regards to health-related behaviors.”

Board Certification

  • Family Medicine

Areas of Expertise

  • General Family Practice
  • Preventive Care/Wellness
  • Women’s Health



St. Francis Healthcare
Family Medicine
Wilmington, DE

Medical School

University of Medicine & Health Sciences
Doctor of Medicine
St. Kitts, West Indies

Graduate School

Drexel University
Master of Public Health
Philadelphia, PA

Undergraduate School

Xavier University of Louisiana
Bachelor of Science in Biology
New Orleans, LA

Professional Associations

American Medical Association (AMA), member, 2016-Present
National Medical Association (NMA), member, 2016-Present
American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), member, 2013-Present


Chilton, M, Rabinowich, J, Council, C, Breaux, J. “Witnesses to Hunger: Participation through Photovoice to Ensure the Right to Food”. Health and Human Rights, 2009; 11 (1): 73-86
Simone, NL, Soule, BP, Council, C, Mitchell, JB, Gius, DR. “MicroRNA Expression is Altered by
Ionizing Radiation: A Novel Potential Therapeutic Target”. International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics, Nov. 2007; 69 (3): S64

Personal Intersts

Dr. Council enjoys spending time with her family (husband and 2 children) and friends. In her free time, she likes to travel, sample foods of various ethnic cuisines, and interact with her sisters of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.


Dr. Council was born and raised in Trenton, NJ. At a young age, she knew she wanted to become a physician and therefore enrolled at Xavier University of Louisiana for college, which is ranked #1 in the nation for the number of African American graduates who go on to complete medical school. With a background in public health, she is devoted to reducing health disparities and works mutually with patients to promote prevention. After obtaining her MPH, she studied at the University of Medicine and Health Sciences where she completed 2 years of her basic medical training on the beautiful island of St. Kitts before moving to Chicago to finish her final years of her medical education. Dr. Council graduated with high honors and continued her training at St. Francis Healthcare. It is there that her passion for underserved communities matured. She has experience in pediatric, adult, and geriatric care. Dr. Council also performs in-office minimally invasive procedures. Prior to joining Rockville Internal Medicine Group, Dr. Council served as physician with Medstar Health in Washington, DC. In addition to having an interest in general family medicine, her clinical interests include women’s health, hypertension, diabetes, and preventive medicine. She uses her background in public health and community health to enhance patient health.