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It's a well known fact that there's a friendly rivalry between Sydney and Melbourne - who has the best shopping, the best restaurants, the best entertainment venues etc. However most people will agree that their hospitals are all top-notch, and whether you're admitted to deliver a baby or recover from an accident or illness, you're well looked after. What most people won't admit, though, is that a hospital stay can be long and boring, with concrete walls and hospital food weighing you down. This is where, as a close friend or family member, you can arrange to have flowers delivered to a patient in a Victorian hospital with Flowers for Everyone and make that patient's stay a little less taxing.
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Most hospitals won't allow flower deliveries to certain critical care areas, such as ICU or high dependency wards - some refuse to accept deliveries to nurseries, or wards where a nurse's duties will be affected. If this is the case, ask whether a small balloon bouquet, or gift hamper, is accepted. If you do place an order, make sure you have all the relevant information on hand, such as the patient's name and the hospital they're staying in, the ward and their bed number. A card added to the order will ensure it goes to the correct person, and give it that personal touch.
Our delivery times differ depending on whether it is a weekday, weekend, or public holiday.
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