Jill Tucker, RN says:

“As concern grows about government and hospital preparedness for treating ebola patients, it would be wise to listen to those who have been on the frontline of the epidemic in Africa. American Deborah Wilson, a RN, recently returned from six weeks in Liberia, working with local nurses and health care workers at the center of the world’s ebola outbreak. She now questions the efficacy of protective measures in U.S. hospitals to handle the spread of the virus, as well as the level of adherence to infection control measures for patients who leave hospitals.
Ebola Changes You: Reflections of a Nurse Upon Return from Liberia

American Journal of Nursing  November 12, 2014