Nurse practitioner Heather Norfleet examined Hubert Brooks at the Hope Center health clinic Tuesday. Norfleet, who grew up poor, feels an affinity for the homeless.
Nurse practitioner Heather Norfleet examined Hubert Brooks at the Hope Center health clinic Tuesday. Norfleet, who grew up poor, feels an affinity for the homeless. Herald-Leader
Nurse practitioner Heather Norfleet examined Hubert Brooks at the Hope Center health clinic Tuesday. Norfleet, who grew up poor, feels an affinity for the homeless. Herald-Leader

Nurse has a heart for helping the homeless at Hope Center's clinic

July 16, 2014 02:15 PM

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