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*UPDATED* Hospital visiting changes, home testing kits, Vaccine info, general info and guidance for public, NHSGGC staff, and community-based services.

Attend Anywhere / Near Me

 Attend Anywhere

Attend Anywhere  is a web-based platform that helps health  and social care providers offer video call access to their services as part of their ‘business as usual’, day-to-day operations.

Apart from internet access, all people need to use Attend Anywhere is the Chrome or Safari web browsers on a computer or mobile device. Computer users will also need a web camera (usually built into laptops) and a headset or speakers.

Near Me is the service names developed following consultation with members of the public.  Near Me services use the Attend Anywhere platform to deliver their video consulting service.


For access to the clinical waiting area, please follow the links below (please use Google Chrome or Safari to enter the waiting room).

When entering the waiting area, please enter your child's name and date of birth so your clinician can identify the patient. If you are the patient, please enter your own details.


SCS Glasgow Waiting Area

Glasgow's waiting area is for all CAMHS and Specialist Community Paediatric teams in Glasgow, East Dunbartonshire and East Renfrewshire.

Glasgow Patient Leaflet



SCS Hosted Waiting Area

The Hosted waiting area is for all Board Wide / Tier 4 teams including Intensive CAMHS, Complex Trauma, Vulnerability, Forensic, Eating Disorders and the Adolescent Inpatient Unit. 

Hosted Patient Leaflet



SCS Inverclyde Waiting Area

Inverclyde's waiting area is for all CAMHS and Specialist Community Paediatric teams in Inverclyde.

Inverclyde Patient Leaflet



SCS Renfrewshire Waiting Area

Renfrewshire's waiting area is for all CAMHS and Specialist Community Paediatric teams in Renfrewshire.

Renfrewshire Patient Leaflet



SCS Royal Hospital for Children's Waiting Area

The RHC waiting area is for all Specialist Children's Services in the hospital including Paediatric Liaison, Acute Clinical Psychology, Maternity and Neonatology Psychology, Neuropsychology and the Child Inpatient Unit

RHC Patient Leaflet



SCS West Dunbartonshire Waiting Area

West Dunbartonshire's waiting area is for all CAMHS and Specialist Community Paediatric teams in West Dunbartonshire.

West Dun Patient Leaflet



SCS Cleft and Craniofacial Waiting Area

Acute Speech and Language waiting area

Cleft Patient Leaflet


SCS Central Choice Waiting Area

Waiting area for the Glasgow Central Choice team

Central Choice Patient Leaflet


QR Codes

The QR codes can be given to each patient as this tends to be the easiest method of access. Please use a QR Scanner app to access the waiting areas.

The patient can use the camera on their phone to scan the code then the webpage will appear for them to select.

Select this link to download the QR Codes



Help Guidance - Clinical

Initial Log In

Log In Screen Warning Info - if you still require the Attend Anywhere Chrome icon, please log a call with IT. Do not log in until you have the icon available on your device.



Attend Anywhere Training Video for Clinicians

How to direct your patient into the Waiting Area

Checklist for Carrying out a Video Conference

Screen Options During a Call

EMIS Process for Video Conferencing Appointments

Video - Finding Video Conferencing Letters within the Care Record

Video - Booking a Video Appointment and Sending a Letter

Video - Attend Anywhere Training - NHSScotland

Video - Attend Anywhere Training - General (YouTube)

Switching Camera Guidance

Blank Screen Fix

Test Your Equipment

If you would like to run some tests to ensure your equipment is working, please use the following link and guidance


Booking an Interpreter

How to Book an Interpreter (pre-book an interpreter prior to arranging an AA call)

How to Access the Emergency Interpreter Waiting Area (only for emergencies and requires the clinician to invite the patient)

Last Updated: 14 September 2020