With the passage of the Teague-Cranston Act and efforts to establish a medical school underway in the Tennessee Legislature, East Tennessee State University had already begun the planning process for the new medical school. This plan was submitted to the Tennessee Board of Regents on February 1, 1974 by the ETSU Medical Education Study Committee which clarified the specifics of what the Quillen College of Medicine would eventually become.
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East Tennessee State University, "East Tennessee State University - Plan for Medical Education" (1974). Establishment of James H. Quillen College of Medicine. 3.