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If you are eligible through insurance, they'll help you submit a claim. If not, WIC can provide a loaner breast pump or a free breast pump to keep. Most WIC locations offer breastfeeding support to mothers throughout all stages of the nursing journey, from birth through the process of weaning your baby.
In short, no. Hospitals will not give you a breast pump. They will, however, have a pump available for your use while you're in their care if you need to pump \u2014 especially if your baby is in the NICU. Also, many hospitals have breast pumps that you're able to rent and take home with you.
The good news is, thanks to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), new moms are entitled to a free breast pump and supplies through their insurance.
An alternative to buying a pump is to rent one. Many hospitals, lactation consultants, and specialty medical supply stores rent breast pumps that are safe for multiple users (sometimes referred to as hospital-grade pumps).
Keep in mind that a valid breast pump prescription can only be provided through an OB/GYN, registered nurse or midwife. Prescriptions for breast pumps can be issued up to one year after having your baby.

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Most insurance plans will cover one pump in conjunction with each new pregnancy as a preventive benefit under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Under the ACA, health insurance plans provide coverage for breastfeeding support, counseling, and equipment.
But breast pumps can be costly. Because of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), health insurance providers are required to provide coverage for breastfeeding support, counseling, and equipment. This means that most insurers will cover one breast pump per pregnancy (up to one year postpartum) as a preventive benefit.
An alternative to buying a pump is to rent one. Many hospitals, lactation consultants, and specialty medical supply stores rent breast pumps that are safe for multiple users (sometimes referred to as hospital-grade pumps).
Through the Affordable Care Act (the ACA), breastfeeding supplies are covered by most health insurance plans. So, in most cases, you can get a double electric breast pump from your insurance for free!
Standard insurance plans cover one breast pump for mothers for every pregnancy. This means that you'll be able to get a new breast pump with each additional child.

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