Important Notice: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Coronavirus (COVID-19): UPDATE
In line with government advice, our Boxley and Clinic sites are temporarily closed
Due to the unprecedented global situation, ESO staff and faculty are currently working from home, with emails accessed remotely; if you do not have a direct email address for an individual/department, please use our enquiries form or email email@example.com and your message will forwarded as appropriate.
For Admissions enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We continue to welcome applications for 2020 entry and can provide help and reassurance for those looking to join the ESO – further advice for prospective students and information on how to apply can be found here
Current ESO students
Please log in to the Learning Zone for up-to-date information, learning resources and support.
ESO Clinic patients
The ESO is offering a helping hand, by sharing information about local support services and providing individual support for patients in need – please use our online contact form or email the ESO Clinic Admin Manager email@example.com and a member of the team will respond as soon as they’re able. An answerphone service is also available, which is monitored on a bi-weekly basis – call 01622 685989 – if leaving a telephone message please provide your name and contact details and speak as slowly and clearly as possible. Musculo-skeletal advice may also be arranged via video/telephone consultation with an ESO osteopathic tutor. Please note, face-to-face consultations are not available at this time. [Updated 07.04.20)
In response to current government advice, face-to-face consultations at our Tonbridge Road clinic will temporarily cease with effect from 6pm on Monday 23rd March
Our reception staff will be contacting patients who have appointments arranged for after 23rd March. This is an evolving situation and updates will be posted to this website and on our social media channels:-
We have already taken steps to transfer our students’ education online and we are exploring different and innovative ways to support their individual clinical education journey.
Ian Fraser, ESO Chief Executive, says: “I would like to take this opportunity to thank our patients, staff and students for their support during these challenging times. While we have been following government and professional advice, it is now clear that tackling the pandemic requires strong community action and, as a result, the ESO Executive team has decided it is no longer tenable to continue face-to-face clinical activity. Our priority, as always, is the well-being and safety of everyone connected with the ESO and the wider community”
For patient enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important: Please follow NHS ‘Stay at home’ advice. You can find up-to-date information about COVID-19, its symptoms and how you can avoid catching and spreading the virus on the NHS website.