And receive a breast pump through your insurance
If you have questions about how to request and receive a free breast pump via insurance, our expert staff will help with every step. It's all we do, and we make it easy for you, starting with the confirmation form on this page. Congratulations on your growing family!
Attention: Commercial United Healthcare and United Medical Resources Members:
- Please do not complete this form. These companies want you to go through a national provider. Please contact them directly to acquire a pump.
Note: UHC Community Plan Medicaid Members, we WILL accept your insurance. Please complete the form below.
A Free Breastpump in 3 steps
Complete the Confirm Your Eligibility form. We will request a breast pump prescription from your physician.
We will confirm and verify your coverage for a breast pump covered by insurance.
Please allow 2-3 business days to complete the process. We will call you to discuss your options and ship the pump to your home free of charge.
The Affordable Care Act
The Affordable Care Act (ACA), often referred to as “Obamacare”, was signed into law in 2010. In accordance with the ACA, health insurance plans must now cover the cost of a breast pump. This means that you could be eligible to get a free breast pump via insurance.
Most insurance providers are now following the ACA. However, as you can imagine, not all are complying. These include: self-funded programs, grandfathered policies, etc. Click here to view the covered insurance providers. Mommy Xpress works with nearly all participating providers to help you order and receive an insurance covered breast pump.