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My Journey Starts Here

The beginning of my life adventure has been rough, but I'm tough; I'm still here. I'm still fighting...

— Heath Wayne Cornford


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Hi, my name is Heath. This website encompasses my life’s journey and my mission to help others thru my charity; A Heart For Heath, Inc. Thru major adversities, with an incredible team of medical professionals, the most amazing family in the world and my shear will to live…I’m here and able to tell my story to you. I was born with a rare condition, Coronary Ostial Stenosis, and had been hospitalized since I was born; 2/22/18 until 9/27/18. During that time, I underwent over 27 procedures and ultimately (thanks to an incredible, selfless donor and his/her family) I became a donor heart recipient. I received my gift of life and underwent transplant on 7/19/18. The fight has been arduous, but I am currently home with my family and thriving! I hope you will read my blog posts and feel inspired, reassured, hopeful…whatever feelings my story can give you that you needed, I hope you will get.


"...I had just came into this world when I began having trouble. Initially, the doctors believed I had some form of heart block. Thru great CPR and quick thinking, they were able to get an external pacer on my heart and get me immediately in route to UW Madison’s American Family Children’s Hospital. The staff at the Sauk Prairie Hospital saved my life for the first time..."

to read more...visit my Daily Blog


Milynda, Travis and Heath Cornford of Wisconsin Dells, WI

Milynda, Travis and Heath Cornford of Wisconsin Dells, WI

 

Thank you to everyone whom helped our family thru 2018…we will always and forever appreciate every single one of you!

In 2019, we have began to form nonprofit, “A Heart For Heath, Inc.”. We hope to pay it forward in a big way, supporting families like ours as they go thru the toughest time’s in their lives. Please check back for updates as we add a page to this website that is dedicated to the nonprofit itself.

Kindly, Heath and family