Brookdale Hospital in the Netherlands has updated its hospital flowers checklist to include instructions on how to store them and where to find them.
The checklist was written by the hospital and is available online for people who are visiting the hospital.
The new checklist is based on a new checklist published by the Dutch Hospital Association last year.
The hospital said it was updating the checklist because it is more relevant to people visiting hospitals in the region, as well as those who are travelling for a short visit.
The guidelines include instructions for how to prepare your flowers, the type of plant to grow them in, how to properly store them in a container and the best places to store other items, such as soap and a toothbrush.
The update is available in Dutch and English.
It is not the first time flowers have been updated to help with a visit to the hospital, as other hospitals in Europe and the US have also updated their flower and flower shop checklist to help ensure patients are well cared for.
In 2016, the Australian hospital, Sydney Children’s Hospital, added a section to its checklist, where patients could enter their preferred flower or flower shop to find out more about their flowers.
The flowers shop at Sydney Childrens Hospital.
Photo: Supplied”The aim of the update was to help educate patients about the flowers they might encounter at the hospital during their stay and also to provide them with information about the care and carers available to them, as part of their visit,” the hospital said in a statement.
“The update also addresses some issues that have been raised by members of the public, such the use of products that are not approved by the Health Department.”
It also covers a number of specific issues, such packaging and care requirements for patients, as the new update to the checklist will also be rolled out across the country.
“Flowers can be sold at flower shops or on the market, but there is currently no place to buy flowers in Australia.
The flower shop at Melbourne Hospital.
The hospital added that the new checklist would also help to “provide information to help patients and staff more easily understand and access care options”.”
It is important that patients and their families are able to understand the information they are getting about their options and also be able to make informed choices when they arrive at the Hospital.
“As a result of the updates, the hospital has introduced a new flower shop on the floor of the hospital to enable patients to browse their options,” it said.
“This shop will be open from Wednesday 10 February to Thursday 12 February.”
The updated checklist is not yet available for download, but it will be released in the coming weeks.
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