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Send beautiful flowers, get well gifts and healthy fruit baskets to any hospital located in the State of Arizona.

We deliver right to their hospital bedside

We're here to help you welcome a new baby, send your get well thoughts and wishes, or to thank a doctor, nurse or caregiver for providing great care of your loved one.

We specialize in sending get well flowers, balloons, fruit baskets, baby baskets, and gift baskets to all hospitals in Arizona so you can rest assured you are at the right place.

Search our huge selection of fresh flowers, balloons and fruit baskets to find the perfect gift.

Whether you wish to send flowers, balloons or a gourmet gift basket to someone who is recovering at home, or to a hospital in Arizona, we are here to help you send the perfect gift to let them know you are thinking of them and wishing them all the best for their recovery.

We also hand-deliver beautiful balloon bouquets to welcome the birth of a new baby and to send your congratulations to the new parents and grandparents.

If you want to send a thank you gift to a nurse or a doctor for the great care they provided to your loved one, we have plenty of gifts and flowers to choose from.

Please note that sendhospitalgifts.com  is not associated with any particular hospital or nursing home, we are a flower and gift delivery service only.

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Get Well Be Happy Bouquet $39.95
Be Happy Bouquet
$39.95
Get Well Balloons and Teddy Bear $44.95
Get Well Balloons & Bear
$44.95
Health And Happiness Flower Bouquet $39.95
Health & Happiness Flowers
$39.95

Babies First Wagon
$49.95
Orchard Fruit Basket $59.95
The Orchard Fruit Basket
$59.95
Junk Food Gift Basket $49.95
Junk Food Gift Basket
$49.95
Colossal Fruit Basket $89.95 Tropical fruit basket
Colossal Fruit Basket
$89.95
Fruit & Flowers $54.95
Arizona Fruit & Flowers
$54.95
Get Well Balloons and Chocolate $44.95 delivered to hospitals
Get Well Balloons & Chocolate
$44.95
Six Balloons & Chocolate $54.95
Six Balloons & Chocolate
$54.95
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A Dozen Balloons
And A Teddy Bear
$79.95
New Baby Balloons & Teddy Bear $54.95
New Baby Balloons
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The Grand Canyon spans over 113,000 sq. miles and is the sixth largest State in the U.S. The cactus wren is the State bird and the blossom of the Saguaro cactus is the State flower of Arizona. The State tree is the Palo Verde.

Arizona's main income producer for the States economy are the 4 C's: Copper, cattle, cotton and citrus. Of the four, copper was the number one income producer between 1880 and 1920.

It was during the 70's when the nation as a whole experienced high prices of oil and gasoline. People from around the nation suddenly became aware of the fact that Arizona and New Mexico have more sunlight than almost any other states and that heating costs were significantly lower. Once "Sun Belt" came into use, people also began to speak of "Snow Birds," meaning people from Northern states who went to Southern states each autumn

The Grand Canyon became a national park in 1915, but the real influx of sightseers began in the 1950's. Numerous National Geographic television programs contributed to the Canyon's popularity, but there were also the eyewitness testimonies of literally millions of Americans who informed their friends back home.

In the early twenty-first century, a new distinction arose between those who said they visited the Grand Canyon on its southern rim and those who declared they were among the few who saw it from the northern side. These arguments - and distinctions - were rendered moot when a glass bridge was put across the canyon. From that point forward, visitors were on an equal footing.

 

 

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Flagstaff Florence Forest Lakes
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Fountain Hills Fredonia Gadsden
Ganado Gila Bend Gilbert
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Guadalupe Happy Jack Hayden
Heber Hereford Higley
Holbrook Hotevilla Houck
Huachuca City Humboldt Iron Springs
Jerome Joseph City Kaibito
Kayenta Keams Canyon Kearny
Kingman Kirkland Kykotsmovi
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Lake Montezuma Lakeside Laveen
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Vernon Waddell Wellton
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FAQ's
Do you need a room number to send flowers to a patient in a hospital?
It is generally best if you know the room number of the patient because that way the florist can deliver your gift
to the Patient Visitor Information Desk and a volunteer will be able to take it directly to their room.
If you do not have a room number our florist is usually able to get it, but it does make things a little bit more difficult.
So, when ordering flowers, fruit baskets or balloons to be delivered to a patient staying in any hospital it is really
good advise to call the hospital and find out what room they are in BEFORE calling us to place your order.

Can you send flowers to someone in the ICU?
Every hospital has different policies regarding sending balloons and flowers to a patient that is in ICU.
In some hospitals it is on a patient by patient basis, in other hospitals they will only allow Mylar balloons and NO Latex.
Some will not allow flowers at all because of the pollen and possible allergies etc. so when sending flowers or balloons to
a patient in ICU it is definitely a good idea to call the hospital BEFORE placing your gift order to be sure they are allowed
to be delivered directly into the room. We can always take your order and hold it until they are released into a regular room.

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