Hearts at Home gives families at Children’s of Alabama a life-saving resource—hear Lyla’s story

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Lyla Cornutt sits center stage with her older brother and sister and mother Katie Cornutt. Photo via Matthew Niblett for Bham Now

Your child was born six days ago and already requires open-heart surgery—in a few weeks they will need another one. The time between these two surgeries is critical, but the Hearts at Home program from Children’s of Alabama makes this stressful medical journey a little easier.

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How Children’s of Alabama saved Parker Williams of Hoover from a near-fatal heart defect

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Parker Williams, now age 3, at a recent checkup at Children’s. Photo submitted

A week before her due date, Ashley Neil Williams’ blood pressure was abnormally high, so her doctor ordered an ultrasound. What they found was devastating. This is the story of how that baby, Parker, survived a congenital heart defect against incredible odds—and how you can help patients like her at Children’s of Alabama in Birmingham next time you renew your car tag.

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