We rent only top-of-the-line pumps from Hygeia. Hygeia is the only breast pump company endorsed by La Leche League International and one of the very few WHO Code compliant pump companies. That means that they support the World Health Organization’s International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes. Simply, they believe that breast milk is the normal way to feed human babies and choose to market our products without undermining breastfeeding in any way.
- Unique Hygeia CARE Button records your baby’s cry or other sounds for playback during pumping
- Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery (four hours of pump time when fully charged)
- Independently Adjustable Speed & Suction Controls
- Allows For Double & Single Pumping
- Designed for use by multiple users (requires use of Personal Accessory Set by each user)
- Pump weight is approximately 4 pounds
Personal Accessory Kits:
Breast pump accessory kits are not included in the price of the rental and are necessary to use with the breast pump. We offer Enjoye™accessory kits at a cost of $39.95 if you need one.
Pricing & Rental Terms:
Breast Pump rentals are prepaid and you are committed to that rate for the full term of that option. There is a one month minimum on all rentals. A refundable $25 credit card deposit and a credit card number are required for all breast pump rentals. All breast pump rentals are subject to local taxes. The longer you rent, the more economical it becomes.
FAQs about Breast Pump Rental
Is a rental pump right for me?
In addition to rental pumps, we also carry a full line of Hygeia single user breastpumps, breastpump accessories, and replacement parts.
Do you ship/deliver pumps?
In some cases pumps may be delivered during the course of an in-home consultation, however pumps must be returned to our offices.
Will my insurance company reimburse me for the rental of a breast pump?
If you are pumping because your infant is premature or ill or for some other reason you are unable to nurse, your insurance company may reimburse you for the rental of the breast pump. Health plans are now required reimburse for the purchase of breast pumps. To learn if your insurance carrier has a DME reimbursment policy call the 1-800 number on the back of your subscriber card.
What happens if I my pump stops working?
We will gladly switch your pump out as long as the problem is with the motor.
What if something happens to the pump while I am renting it?
All repair costs and replacement fees are the responsibility of the person who signed the contract.