Yes. The new Affordable Care Act (ACA) includes provisions requiring Insurance Companies to pay 100% for a Breast Pump. Getting yours free will depend on your specific Insurance. This is where we help. We will call your insurance directly to determine your exact coverage. If you are ACA compliant, you can receive a pump free. We’ll even pay for the shipping.
Due to the personal nature of these products, Breast Pumps are non-returnable. Should you have any issues with your Breast Pump, the Manufacturer requests that you contact them directly.
In order for your insurance to pay, you will need a prescription from you Doctor. We can request this on your behalf.
If you plan on breastfeeding, you can order a pump immediately. Don’t wait until the baby is born, you’ll be quite busy then.
Timing is dictated by your insurance company. Some insurances allow us to ship immediately while others require the baby to be born first. We will identify that when we call them. That said, you can still order your pump now and we’ll ship when your insurance permits.
As you can see from the Breast Pumps Tab, there are several brands and models to choose from. Some of these models include additional accessories such as extra bottles, flanges, batteries, carry cases, etc. Unfortunately, not all insurance companies will pay for these extra items. Once we acquire your insurance details, we can walk you through the models that are free to you. If you would like the extra accessories, you’ll just need to pay a small “Upgrade” fee. Shipping will still be free.