UT Medical Group, Inc. Company History Timeline


1985 - Doctor Mitchell Goldman performs first kidney transplant at UT Hospital.


1991 - UT Graduate School of Medicine is formed to allow residencies, subspecialty fellowships and continuing education programs to be managed in Knoxville.


1995 - Doctor Michael R. Caudle is named second Dean of the UT Graduate School of Medicine.


1999 - UT Graduate School of Medicine establishes Adolescent Health/Health Education program at the Boy Scouts of America Camp Buck Toms, where resident physicians provide medical care for 3,000 scouts and others.


2006 -The UT Medical Center and UT Graduate School of Medicine accepts the 49th class of physician residents while its 1,546th resident completes requirements for board certification.


2007 - Alan Solomon, M.D., director of the Human Immunology and Cancer/Alzheimer’s Disease and Amyloid-Related Disorders Research Program, is awarded a five-year grant renewal from the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) National Cancer Institute.


2008 - The UT Center for Advanced Medical Simulation opens.


2009 - Alfred D. Beasley, MD, FACP, Professor Emeritus, is recognized by the American Medical Association (AMA) for his 50-year anniversary of graduation from medical school.


2010 - Doctor Mitchell Goldman named first UTGSM Assistant Dean of Research


2011- The Medical Explorations Program designed to provide high school students opportunities to shadow University of Tennessee Medical Center and UT Graduate School of Medicine medical staff celebrates its 20-year anniversary.


2012 - The UT Center for Advanced Medical Simulation opens its new facility with 6,500 square feet.


2014 - Using resources available through the Regional Forensic Center, the Department of General Dentistry launches the Forensic Dentistry Fellowship, chaired by O. Lee Wilson, DMD, the first academic-based program for dentists in the United States.

2014 - The inaugural University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine Alumni Reunion is held in Knoxville, Tennessee.


2015 - Richard Obenour, MD, Vice Chair of the Department of Medicine (DOM), retires from the UT Graduate School of Medicine.


2016 - Gregory Blake, MD, Chair, Family Medicine, receives the Tennessee Academy of Family Physicians' Family Physician of the Year Award.

2016 - John Dougherty, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine's Division of Neurology, was named a 2016 Health Care Hero by the Knoxville Business Journal for Innovation in the medical field.


2017 - The Pat Summitt Clinic opens its doors in January 2017, supported in part by a grant from The Pat Summitt Foundation, allowing the medical center to increase the capacity of Alzheimer’s patients to address the growing need in the region.

2017 - Mitchell Goldman, MD, Assistant Dean for Research and retired vascular surgeon, received the Rudolph Matas Award from the Southern Association for Vascular Surgeons for a lifetime of excellence, achievement and contributions to the field of Vascular Surgery, and service to the organization.


2019 - Dean for Finance Administration Amy Paganelli is named UT Graduate School of Medicine's first Chief Operating Officer.


2020 - Jeffrey Peeke, MD, is named Chair of the Department of Radiology, and Michael Freeman, MD is named Chair of the Department of Surgery.


2021 - Anthony Wilson, MD is named Chair of the Department of Family Medicine.


2022 - Wesley White, MD is named Chair of the Department of Urology.

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