South Australia's capital is Adelaide, affectionately known as the 'city of churches'. It's a gorgeous old place, established some 174 years ago. It stands to reason, then, that the hospitals in South Australia are old as well - the Royal Adelaide Hospital was built in 1840, and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital was opened in 1954, followed by the Lyell McEwin Hospital in 1959. There are many other hospitals in South Australia, and if you know someone who's staying in one, then chances are they'll much better with a flower delivery from Flowers for Everyone.
When you order from Flowers for Everyone, you receive:
Some hospitals won't allow flowers in certain wards, for example ICU or any high dependency ward. Others might restrict flower delivery to maternity or nursery wards. If the arrangement will get in the way of a nurses' duties then it probably won't be allowed either. It's always best to ring and check before you arrange for the delivery, so you and the recipient aren't disappointed.
If the patient is allowed to receive flowers, then make sure you have the correct information on hand - the recipient's name, the hospital they're in, the ward and bed number - when you place your order. You can also select from a range of add-ons, including balloons and soft toys.
Of course, if they can't receive flowers then enquire whether they can receive a non-floral delivery, such as a balloon bouquet or gift hamper.
Our delivery times differ depending on whether it is a weekday, weekend, or public holiday.
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