Nurse Practitioner Rose Anderson with Camillus Health, alongside Camillus Health Executive Director Shed Boren, chats with Amos Moss, a homless man. They met and helped Moss as Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Steve Leifman (rear, in white shirt) gave a tour of a former state mental hospital in Miami slated for renovation.
Nurse Practitioner Rose Anderson with Camillus Health, alongside Camillus Health Executive Director Shed Boren, chats with Amos Moss, a homless man. They met and helped Moss as Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Steve Leifman (rear, in white shirt) gave a tour of a former state mental hospital in Miami slated for renovation. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Nurse Practitioner Rose Anderson with Camillus Health, alongside Camillus Health Executive Director Shed Boren, chats with Amos Moss, a homless man. They met and helped Moss as Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Steve Leifman (rear, in white shirt) gave a tour of a former state mental hospital in Miami slated for renovation. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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