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HOW TO GET FLOWERS DELIVERED TO A HOSPITAL IN ADELAIDE

Have a loved one in the hospital? Sending them a gorgeous bouquet of flowers is sure to cheer them up. Whether they’re unwell, about to undergogo through a major surgery, or even just had a baby – flowers are a thoughtful waythe best way to say, ‘I’m thinking of you!’. They also add a beautiful pop of colour and vibrancy to an otherwise dull hospital room. 

But how do you go about getting flowers delivered? And what if you can’t? We’ve got you covered.

CAN I SEND FLOWERS TO A HOSPITAL IN ADELAIDE

It ultimately depends on the hospital. Most hospitals will allow flower deliveries, but there might be restrictions in certain wards or areas. As a general rule, intensive care (ICU), oncology or immunocompromised patients may not be able to receive flowers because the flowers might harbour water-borne organisms that could affect the patient.

Depending on the ward, we deliver flowers to many Adelaide hospitals, including Adelaide Women’s & Children’s Hospital, Royal Adelaide Hospital, Calvary Adelaide Hospital, St Andrew’s Hospital, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Repat Health Precinct & more.

If, after checking, you find you cannot send flowers to your loved one’s room in the hospital, don’t give up; send a gift instead! More on this below!

HOW TO GET FLOWERS DELIVERED TO A HOSPITAL: 5 TIPS

1. CHECK IF THE HOSPITAL WARD ALLOWS FLOWER DELIVERY

As we’ve already mentioned, there might be some restrictions with sending flowers to your loved one in the hospital. So, we highly recommend calling up the hospital first to see if they accept flower deliveries. Remember to ask the staff how the flowers should be delivered. They might recommend putting a room number down or getting the florist to confirm the patient details upon delivery (as it’s not unusual for patients to move rooms!).

2. PICK OUT A BRIGHT & CHEERY BOUQUET

The most important tip we can give you is: colour! Hospital rooms can often be a little plain and sombre, but a beautiful bunch of flowers can make all the difference. When choosing flowers, opt for bright flower arrangements or seasonal market bunches like sunflowers, tulips or chrysanthemums. You might even want to pick out a pastel bouquet or a native flower bouquet with subtle pops of colour, or go for the best-smelling flowers to counter the hospital scents.

3. CONSIDER UNSCENTED FLOWERS

For bunches being delivered to hospitals, we can carefully select varieties of flowers that avoid strong scents or high pollen counts, which could potentially trigger allergies. We also acknowledge that everyone has different preferences, which goes for smell too - especially important if your loved one is sharing a room in a hospital.

4. INCLUDE A VASE

When you send a flower bouquet to a hospital, adding a vase is an absolute must. They not only keep the flowers safe and hydrated, but they look beautiful too. Plus, it makes it much easier for your loved one to take the flowers home. A beautiful vase is a gift that can be kept forever.

5. ADD A CARD

While flowers can be a fantastic way to show you care, including a meaningful card just adds that extra special touch. Be sure to tell them you’re thinking of them and sending them lots of healing thoughts. If you’re not sure what to write, we have some ideas! See what to write on a sympathy card for inspiration.

Hospitals BloomBar delivers to in Adelaide

We deliver to all of the major hospitals in Adelaide - if the hospital you need is not listed below, give us a call and we’ll be able to help.

Women’s and Children’s Hospital

Birthing a baby is not easy. Even if it is a dream delivery, a new Mother will be exhausted. Getting a bunch of flowers or a gift delivered if you are located interstate or rurally is one way to show you’re thinking of the new mum! Even if you are local, sending flowers is a great way to let the new parents know you’re thinking of them, allowing them time with their new baby, until they are ready to receive visitors. We’ve picked out some of the best flowers to send to new Mums to say congratulations.

Royal Adelaide Hospital 

The Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) is South Australia's largest public Hospital. Though there is a gift shop, no florist is on-site at the RAH. BloomBar goes the extra mile with our on-trend arrangements and commitment to delivering the best of the season.

Calvary Adelaide Hospital

Calvary Adelaide Hospital delivers flowers and/or gifts to patients' rooms as they are received. They ask that relatives and friends wait for those in Intensive Care to be transferred to a ward first.

St Andrew’s Hospital

St Andrew's Hospital provides a comprehensive range of clinical services. If your loved one is in the oncology ward, contact us to discuss the best gift to deliver.

Queen Elizabeth Hospital

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital offers geriatric and extended care. If you cannot visit your loved one in the hospital as often as you would like, tell them you are thinking of them by sending a thoughtful gift.

Repat Health Precinct 

Repat Health Precinct, located in the inner-southern suburb of Daw Park, is a rehabilitation hospital offering services that focus on improving their patients' quality of life, health, and well-being. Regardless of how your loved one has found themselves in the hospital, boost their recovery with a bunch from Bloombar. Flowers can be especially uplifting for those recovering from mental illness or those with an extended stay ahead of them due to injury rehabilitation. Send a gift that will last the duration of their stay by sending everlasting flowers.

WHAT TO SEND TO A HOSPITAL THAT DOESN’T ACCEPT FLOWERS?

If your loved one is in a ward where the hospital can’t accept flowers, you can still send something to brighten their day. We have a beautiful selection of gifts available for delivery to hospitals Adelaide-wide. Deliver a little bit of luxury - Skincare is a very popular gift option as hospitals can be quite drying on the skin, adding a touch of luxury to their day. 

Does your friend or family member have a sweet tooth? Include a gift of  LOCO LOVE chocolate - the chocolate with health benefits, infused with superfoods, tonic herbs and healing spices. Certainly an improvement from hospital food!

ORDER FLOWERS & GIFTS ONLINE FOR DELIVERY TO ADELAIDE HOSPITALS TODAY

Now you know how to get flowers or a gift delivered to a hospital, it’s time to choose ! At BloomBar, we have a wide range of blooms & gifts for you to pick from no matter the occasion.

You can find the perfect flowers online or have one of our talented florists create a custom gift pack or bouquet for you! SJust simply call our BB team at our Marion or City store.

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