So that you can hit the ground running, you should probably consider acquiring your new breast pump prior to your baby being born (you can get one after baby is born). Since every insurance company has a different policy for when you are allowed to actually receive your free breast pump, it’s best to start the process so that you can have it ready. Some providers only allow breast pumps to be delivered after the pregnancy, some in the third trimester, and some within weeks of the due date.

Aeroflow Can Help At Anytime!

No matter what your particular insurance provider’s policy is, we will be able to help you get your pump as soon as possible. The first step is for you to contact us. We will ask you a few questions so that we can gather the information that we need when we speak to your insurance provider. Alternatively, you can also fill out our “Qualify Through Insurance” form.

After you have filled this form out, we handle the rest of the process. We will then contact your insurance to verify coverage and see what sort of pumps will be available to you. After we hear back from your insurance provider, we will give you a call to let you know which pumps are available and when they can be delivered.

The final step is for your doctor to write a prescription and process all of the corresponding paper work. After that is done, all that you have to do is wait for the pump to arrive at your door. No more calls, or shopping, or worrying about when you will get your pump. Just sit back, relax and wait for the pump to arrive at your doorstep.

We are proud to say that we have helped thousands of women with finding the right breas tpump for their lifestyle and helping them get it for free through their insurance. We will be more than happy to help you understand what your insurance provider will cover and  get your free breastpump.

Give Us A Call!

Feel free to call us anytime, toll free, at 844-867-9890. Again, we are more than happy to help you, and we look forward to hearing from you!

Information provided in blogs should not be used as a substitute for medical care or consultation.