Most insurance plans are accepted.

The ‘Affordable Care Act’ implemented September 2012 implemented mandates that most insurance plans must cover a breast pump for nursing moms. Milk Moms accepts most insurance plans that cover a breast pump and will take care of all the billing to your insurance for an easy and convenient process of obtaining your breast pump.

Insurance Coverage

Milk Moms strongly recommends that each patient contacts their insurance to inquire about their coverage regarding a breast pump, as well as network status. We contact each patient’s insurance out of courtesy for our patients, but what we are told is not considered a guarantee of benefits and may be subject to change based on the particular plan. If we are misquoted, you may end up owing an additional amount for your pump.

Upgraded Pumps

Milk Moms carries a wide variety of pump brands and models. Some models are considered upgraded pumps or packages and have an upgrade charge. This upgrade charge is patient’s responsibility and can be paid with any credit card, debit card, or HRA/HSA/FSA card.

Not Covered?

Milk Moms offers discounted prices for pumps in any instances where a patient may not be eligible for a pump or their insurance does not cover one. Please call Milk Moms for pricing and availability at 763-413-0129.


Due to the fact that breast pumps are considered personal hygiene products, per industry standard, they are not returnable once opened. Unopened pumps can be returned at a 15% surcharge within 30 days. The 15% surcharge is based on the total amount of the pump (the amount your insurance paid plus any amount you paid). You will be responsible for return shipping. Accessories are not returnable.

Payment Terms

All invoices are based on a net 30 payment schedule. This means all payments are due 30 days after the invoice date. After this time period, a 10% late fee will occur. This late fee accumulates after each successive 30 days that the payment is not received.