Dr. Gabriel Logan is a bundle of energy. Wearing a yellow dress shirt untucked from his slacks, he races around the Liberian government hospital compound in Tubmanburg, north of the capital, Monrovia.
He also moves fast on the medical front, experimenting with his own idea of treatment for Ebola patients.
Back in July this hospital, which was the main medical facility for the region, was closed after 10 of the staffers got sick with Ebola.
"We sent them to Monrovia," he says. Of the 10, only one survived.