COVID-19 HUBs/Services

Community Paediatrics and Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) within Greater Glasgow & Clyde

Greater Glasgow and Clyde Hubs 

The following Hubs for Specialist Children's Services are currently in use within Greater Glasgow & Clyde (GG&C).  Contact information and locations are listed below. 



If your child attends Specialist Children's Services at West Centre or Acorn Centre:
0141 207 7100

If your child attends Specialist Children's Services at Woodside Health Centre or Bridgeton Child Centre:
0141 201 5665

If your child attends Specialist Children's Services at Gorbals Health & Social Care Centre:
0141 201 5030

If your child attends Specialist Children's Services at Aranthrue Centre or Skylark Centre:
0141 314 4600

Staying In Touch

Specialist Children's Services are keeping in touch with families known to us using video and phone calls.  We are not seeing children or families face to face unless it is necessary.  If we do need to see you then clinicians might be wearing masks, aprons, gowns, gloves and eye protection to keep you, your family and clinicians safe.  Below you will find resources to support you in working with us in these new ways. 

 Attend Anywhere / NHS Near Me  

What do I need to make a video call?

  • A good connection to the internet - If you can watch a video online (e.g. YouTube) you can make a video call
  • A private, well-lit area where you will not be disturbed during the training
  • One of these:

Google Chrome web browser on a desktop or laptop or on an Android tablet or smartphone (Windows 7+, Android 5.1+, MacOS 10.11+)

Safari web browser on an Apple iMac, MacBook, iPad or iPhone (MacOS 10.12+, iOS 11.4+, iPadOS 13+)

  • Web-camera, speakers and microphone (already built into laptops or mobile devices)


Is it secure?

Video calls are secure; your privacy is protected. You have your own private video room that only authorised clinicians can enter.


How much internet data will I use?

You don’t use any data while waiting for someone to join you. An Attend Anywhere / NHS Near Me video call uses a similar amount of data to Skype® or FaceTime®, Smartphone and tablet users - if you can, connect to a home or work Wi-Fi network to avoid using your mobile data allowance.


How much does a video call cost?

The video call is free (except for your internet usage).

Step by Step Instructions for Attend Anywhere

1. To begin click Start video call


2. Video Call Setup - this tests your connection speed, speaker, microphone and video, make sure you enable access to microphone and camera


3. Input details (we do not store this information)



4. Please read before clicking Start Call

What do I do is something is not working?

If you are unable to connect to a video call or you are waiting too long, telephone or email your Therapist as soon as possible.


Visit the troubleshooting page if you need some assistance or if you want more information on Attend Anywhere click here.