Doctors caring for Dr. Rick Sacra, the man who contracted the Ebola virus while treating patients in West Africa say his condition continues to improve.
Debbie Sacra, wife of SIM missionary doctor Rick Sacra, who contracted Ebola Virus Disease in Liberia and was flown here for treatment Friday, said today her husband ‘s condition has improved somewhat, but he is still very ill.
SIM USA President Bruce Johnson addressed Omaha media at a press conference today after the arrival of missionary doctor Rick Sacra at The Nebraska Medical Center. He was joined by Will Elphick, SIM’s Liberia country director.
Debbie Sacra shares hope and prayer with the news media as her husband, Dr. Rick Sacra, struggles with an infection of the Ebola Virus Disease. Watch and join us in prayer for Rick, Debbie, and their families in this difficult time.
International Christian mission organization SIM announced today that missionary doctor Rick Sacra, recently infected with the Ebola virus while serving in Liberia, is being flown to The Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, Neb., for treatment.
The outbreak of Ebola in West Africa remains a dangerous and unpredictable situation, and we believe the Lord has placed us uniquely in a position to help care for those who are suffering and dying. We ask for your earnest prayer and support through this difficult time.
Nearly two months ago our worlds were turned upside down. The world of David and Nancy Writebol and their family. The world of SIM. And dare I say the world suffering from Ebola and the world that didn’t know anything about Ebola.
In a news conference today on the campus of missionary organization SIM USA, Nancy Writebol, joined by her husband, David, shared for the first time details of her battle with the Ebola virus.