Video Blog: Q&A from Emory Healthcare Physicians on Ebola

Emory University Hospital recently received two American patients who contracted Ebola while serving on a humanitarian mission overseas. Emory University Hospital is one of the very few hospitals in the country equipped to provide their care, and our highly trained staff and physicians are ready to provide them outstanding care of the highest quality.

The media and the global community continues to have great interest in both of these patients. Physicians at Emory University Hospital spoke at a press briefing last Friday, Aug. 1 about Ebola patients being treated in a special isolation facility. Watch highlights of their remarks below to learn more.

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  • Lisa D.

    Hi there!

    I would very much like to get a message to the patients, Please thank them so much for their bravery and self sacrifice in helping those with the Ebola outbreak in Liberia. I have been deeply touched by their faith and action which is a blinding contrast to the war and desolation that is happening in the world elsewhere. As a British girl who lived in Liberia from 1983 to 1986 with Guthrie rubber plantations, I have met some of the precious people out there and am glad you were able to bless and help them. I thank God for you both. May he bless you richly and give the medics the wisdom and resources to give you a speedy recovery.

    Lisa D.

  • Susan W.

    How are eyeglasses of the healthcare providers cleaned after caring for an Ebola patient?