Cafferkey was discharged from the Royal Free Hospital in January, but was rushed back last month when the virus re-emerged and casued life threatening meningitis.
Ansell and Bailey healthcare architects designed the cutting edge infectious diseases unit in 2008. The facility is run by specialists who are ready for patients at very short notice. A ventilated tent around the patient enables treatment whilst maintaining safety for the staff.
Read a Guardian newspaper article on the unit here.