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Aeroflow has helped mothers all across the country receive maximum coverage and reimbursement, and is ready to help you! Visit for your breast pump today.
A hospital grade breast pump is designed for multiple users — the closed system keeps breast milk from entering the tubing, which makes the pump safe for moms to share. A new mom with medical issues that hinder her ability to successfully breastfeed her baby may need a hospital grade breast pump.
Hospital grade breast pumps are usually used to help mothers of NICU babies, or babies with congenital disorders, express milk.
These pumps are mostly for hospital use and aren’t frequently offered through insurance plans. For more information, check out our blog about hospital grade breast pumps!
Eligibility will depend on the mother's health insurance. To obtain a hospital grade pump, a prescription from your physician is required along with a corresponding diagnosis code. Once verification is complete, your Breastpump Specialist will advise you on rental coverage details through your insurance.
Simply fill out our Qualify Through Insurance Form and let us do the rest! An Aeroflow Breastpump Specialist will determine your coverage and contact you to discuss your options.
To contact Aeroflow Breastpump Specialist about qualifying for a hospital grade breast pump, please call 844-857-9890 or fill out our Qualify Through Insurance Form. After determining your insurance eligibility, a Breastpump Specialist will contact you to discuss your options.
Aeroflow Breastpumps offers hospital grade breast pumps that are available for rental through insurance including the Medela Symphony and Hygeia EnRiche. Depending on the insurance provider, breast pump rental costs may be covered for a few months or for as long as the breast pump is medically necessary. A Breastpump Specialist will determine your coverage.