One of the most important things to remember is that hospital grade pumps are prescribed for mothers of NICU babies who need to supply a steady amount of milk for their infant.

Closed system, efficient design

Hospital grade pumps also have a closed system, which means there is a barrier in between the motor and collection kit so you don’t have to worry about the growth of mold or bacteria reaching your breast milk.

If you haven’t seen the price tag on a hospital grade breast pump, they are pretty pricey. You can choose to rent one for a nominal monthly fee or you can see if your insurance plan will cover the rental of one. It will totally depend on your unique situation if insurance will pay for one and for how long. One thing for sure is that if your insurance will pay for a rental hospital grade pump, you will need a prescription from your doctor.

Don’t worry though because Aeroflow Breastpumps has a dedicated Breastpump Specialist who handles all hospital grade rentals and can answer all of your questions regarding coverage and what you will need to get one shipped to your front door.

What types of hospital grade pumps are available?

Wondering which hospital grade pumps Aeroflow offers? They carry the Medela Symphony and the Hygeia EnRiche. Both of these hospital grade pumps are excellent quality are mostly intended for mothers who need to pump many times throughout the day.

These pumps allow you to single or double pump depending on your needs. Your Breastpump Specialist can help you decide which one might be better for you.

Call today to get your free pump through insurance!

Whether you are 2 months pregnant or 4 months postpartum, hop on board the “Aeroflow Express” and see if you can get your free breast pump through insurance. Even better is that while Aeroflow Breastpumps offers several breast pump options that won’t cost you a dime out of pocket, there are also upgrade packages available. That means if you are looking for additional accessories that your insurance will not cover such as a tote bag or battery pack, you can have the choice to upgrade to the Medela Pump In Style Advanced On the Go Tote or many of our other upgrade options. Don’t forget, they can also check to see if your insurance will pay for the rental of a hospital grade breast pump as well.

Ready to get started? All you have to do is head on over to the Qualify Through Insurance form and a breast pump at little to no is just a few clicks away. Once you complete the easy online form, a Breastpump Specialist will verify your benefits and go over all of your coverage information and breast pump options. It’s simple and the service is free. Need more immediate assistance? Give Aeroflow a call directly at (844) 867-9890.