NHS staff travel to Sierra Leone to help fight Ebola
A group of NHS medical staff has left for Sierra Leone to help in the fight against the Ebola outbreak..
Around 30 GPs, nurses and emergency medicine consultants who have been through intensive training in the UK, are the first co-ordinated group from the NHS to travel to West Africa to help treat people who have contracted the virus.
After they have acclimatised they will start work in a number of treatment centres.
Daniel Boettcher reports.
22 Nov 2014
- From the section Health