The Kerry Town complex comprises an 80-bed treatment centre managed by Save the Children, and a 12-bed centre staffed by British Army medics specifically for health care workers and international staff responding to the Ebola crisis.
Ms Cafferkey, 39, from Cambuslang, in South Lanarkshire, was discharged from the Royal Free this week after making a full recovery from Ebola.
She had volunteered with Save the Children at a treatment centre in Kerry Town, in Sierra Leone, and was diagnosed with Ebola on 29 December returning to Glasgow via London.
Mr Pooley, 29, contracted Ebola while volunteering in West Africa, and has returned to Sierra Leone to resume his work after recovering from the virus. He had been flown back to the UK by the RAF in August.