Partnering with 1300+ insurances, we have the capability to start your order today. How do we do this? We process your information, hold your order, and ship once your insurance says you are eligible. If anything changes after you place your order, call us, and we will change your order. It's easy.
Ready to start? Fill out your information above.
What are the advantages of ordering my breast pump through Edgepark vs. a retail store?
At what point in my pregnancy can I order my breast pump?
You can order your breast pump anytime during your pregnancy and up to one year after birth with Edgepark.
Some health insurance plan policies may dictate when we are able to ship your breast pump. We will hold your order and ship when your plan allows it.
What is Edgepark's Return Policy?
Edgepark is committed to delivering caring and quality service for mothers everywhere. We hope that you're happy with your purchase, but if you need to make a return, please read the following policy.
Edgepark Breast Pump Return Policy:
Edgepark accepts breast pump returns within 30 days of delivery if the seal is intact, the box is unopened and ONLY for the following reasons:
Choosing your ideal breast pump is a decision best made after considering your needs and weighing all the options.
Not sure where to start? We're here to help. Our breast pump product guide walks you through:
Edgepark opened in 1928 as a small corner pharmacy in Ohio. Since then, we have grown to become an industry leader in home delivery of insurance covered products, including electric, hospital grade & portable breast pumps. For over 90 years, we have been committed to delivering caring & quality service to mothers all over the country.
Our experience enables us to offer you some of the best breast pumps available through insurance at no cost to you. Our online order form makes it simple and easy to qualify for a variety of breast pumps. Ready to start? Fill out your information above and see your breast pump options within minutes.
In 2010, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) adopted guidelines, known as the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or Obamacare, requiring health insurance providers to offer breastfeeding support, supplies, and counseling to lactating women. This means that you may be eligible to receive a free breast pump through insurance.
The coverage and patient out of pocket costs varies between health insurance carriers and plans. To find out what breast pumps are covered through your health insurance plan, complete our online ordering form.
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