Breast Pumps

No need to add a breast pump to your baby registry when you have the option to bill it to insurance. Coverage can vary depending on the insurance provider and insurance plan, with a prescription from your doctor. Generally speaking, a standard double pump and starter kit is covered once every three years. You can stop in and set up your insurance information in advance, so once the baby is born, you or a family member can pick up your breast pump. Pumps can not be dispensed until after the baby is born.

Medela Pump in Style Advanced Double Electric Breast Pump

This item is typically fully covered by insurance. It is a daily use breast pump designed for moms who pump several times a day and is portable for discreet pumping. All parts that touch breastmilk are made without BPA so it’s safe for you and your baby.

Medela Pump in Style Advanced with backpack or shoulder bag

Our covered breast pump also has the option to purchase with a bag for a slight upgrade charge. You can choose from the backpack or the metro shoulder bag. The backpack has a built-in pump and the metro shoulder bag has a removable pump.

Medela Freestyle Hands-Free Breast Pump

The Freestyle Hands-Free double electric breast pump has a rechargeable battery and lightweight motor to provide a mobile pumping experience. If you should choose this upgraded model from the fully covered breast pump, there is an additional upgrade charge applied. The digital display, timer, and memory button personalizes and controls your pump sessions. It also comes with breastshields and a drawstring bag.



Insurance coverage should always be verified with one of Rice Home Medical’s customer service representatives. Some insurances may cover standard electric breast pumps once every three years. Eligibility can vary by policy plan.