If you`ve ever been in hospital yourself, you know how boring and lonely it can get. Long days of no-one but nurses or doctors calling in to see you (and hospital food) make it seem so much longer than it actually is. To brighten your day, you looked forward to friends and relatives dropping by, or a delivery of flowers. The small things let you know people were thinking of you.
Do you need to repay the favour for a loved one who`s in hospital? Perhaps they`re sick, or just had a new baby? For whatever reason, a delivery of fresh, bright flowers to their hospital room will not only say `Hi! I`m thinking of you!` but also cheer up their dull, sterile hospital room. It will let the recipient know you care, especially when you can`t be there.
When you contact Flowers for Everyone to have your arrangement delivered to any Australian hospital, we`ll assist you in selecting the most appropriate floral gift. And it`s easy to add on some little extras, such as a box of chocolates or a balloon bouquet.
When you order from Flowers for Everyone, we can offer you:
When you place your order, make sure to have as many details as possible, such as the hospital, room number and, of course, the patient`s name. Be aware that some areas of a hospital might not allow flowers; generally speaking, a hospital will not allow flowers in ICU or a high dependency ward - some might not allow flowers in a nursery. Hospital policies vary, so it`s best to contact the hospital involved directly.