Doctors and volunteers from all over the world, who've helped to treat people with Ebola have been praised for their work.
The US magazine, TIME, has named them their 'Person of the Year'.
They say they risk their lives to treat others.
In the past the award's gone to the US president Barack Obama and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
So how do health workers feel to be honoured?
Newsround asked two doctors and two nurses from around the world how they felt about it.