The Tin Man – Open Heart Surgery of an Infant – Arnold Palmer Hospital

The Tin Man - Open Heart Surgery Of An Infant - Arnold Palmer Hospital

The Tin Man - Open Heart Surgery Of An Infant - Arnold Palmer Hospital

The Tin Man - Open Heart Surgery Of An Infant - Arnold Palmer Hospital

Holden was born with a life-threatening heart defect. At only 4 months of age he needed open heart surgery. Watch his story unfold.

The Tin Man - Open Heart Surgery Of An Infant - Arnold Palmer Hospital

Learn more about Yellow Brick Road – The Holden Flynn Foundation here:

The Tin Man - Open Heart Surgery Of An Infant - Arnold Palmer Hospital

Video created by strong films ( )
Music by Radical Face, used with permission.

The Tin Man - Open Heart Surgery Of An Infant - Arnold Palmer Hospital

The Tin Man - Open Heart Surgery Of An Infant - Arnold Palmer Hospital

The Tin Man - Open Heart Surgery Of An Infant - Arnold Palmer Hospital

The Tin Man - Open Heart Surgery of an Infant - Arnold Palmer Hospital

Holden was born with a life-threatening heart defect. At only 4 months of age he needed open heart surgery. Watch his story unfold.

Learn more about Yellow Brick Road - The Holden Flynn Foundation here: http://ybrf.org

Video created by strong films (http://strongfilms.org)
Music by Radical Face, used with permission.

The Tin Man - Open Heart Surgery Of An Infant - Arnold Palmer Hospital
The Tin Man - Open Heart Surgery Of An Infant - Arnold Palmer Hospital

21 thoughts on “The Tin Man – Open Heart Surgery of an Infant – Arnold Palmer Hospital

  1. It was good to meet you Nicole & Trey, I just wish it wasn’t with our kids
    having open heart surgery. We have Holden, and you two, in our prayers.

  2. “I wouldn’t change anything, would you?” A powerful statement of faith and
    trust in the midst of something so difficult. Great story!

  3. I met Holden’s grandparents and sweet Holden this past Friday night at the
    Solar Bears game. Such an inspiration, thank you so much for sharing your
    story. It’ll and your family are in my prayers. Go Tin Man!

  4. amazing story!! This is what I want to do when I grow up..so I can help
    families likes yours!! Thanks for this amazing video!!!

  5. As a mother, I cannot imagine what it is like to experience this. Thank you
    for sharing your experience, your baby boy is beautiful. Medicine and
    science are incredible and it is things like this that have inspired me to
    go into the medical field. I’m in tears watching this:)

  6. Dr. DiCampli, my senior fraternity brother from MIT and fellow physics
    major. We both switched to surgery. I am now in Cardiothoracic surgery
    training, hoping to follow in his footsteps. Nice going Bill!

  7. I hope Holden is doing fine now. Any updates? My girl… kaelyn will be
    going through the op tomorrow morning. Praying and hoping that all is well
    and she can be smiling and playing like she use to be and better! Mums and
    dads, stay strong, stay fighting for your little one who is sharing a
    similar fate.

  8. I’m in marketing, that is one great video to help educate people on a
    hospital that cares! Well done! Human interest stories touch the heart.
    This video brought tears to my eyes!

  9. I love you holden. That is holden’s father is my cousin. Sadly he has died.
    I miss him. The good news is that they are expecting another baby.

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