Ameda Breast Pumps sold to all of Texas State new moms. At this time, I am serving The Texas State, selling pumps to new moms privately or through your insurance company.
Durable Medical Equipment (DME) Device Distributor For Breastfeeding With Love
Betty Hannah Greenman-Owner and Founder
Number:11022018 or L-15616 (IBCLC)
Expires July of 2020
Durable Medical License Number: 1001529
Expires February 16, 2017
“I am so excited to be able to get a free breast pump through my insurance company. Betty Greenman explained to me, step by step, how to use my breast pump.” Sally M.
Betty H. Greenman Is An Ameda Breast Pump Ambassador For The Texas State.
At this time, I am only selling The Ameda Pump Purely Yours. Please use the contact form on the next page to me. Call me before you FAX your prescription over for a new free breast pump through your insurance company. My cell phone number (713) 540-8692. Please FAX your prescription over to me at :(713) 505-1341.
Are you looking for an insurance covered breast pump? Well, look no further you have come to the right place. Welcome to pump paradise, as I call it, where choosing a breast pump has never been easier. My name is Betty H. Greenman. I am an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. I have helped many new moms in my private practice, Breastfeeding With Love, in the Houston, Texas area, learn to breastfeed and use a breast pump. I want each new mom who wants to breastfeed and pump, know that through the Affordable Care Act, you may be entitled to a free breast pump. The Affordable Care Act states that health insurance plans must cover breastfeeding equipment, usually at no cost to moms. This coverage is part of preventive service for women. Call your insurance company to see if you qualify today.
In order for you to get a breast pump covered by your insurance company, you must buy your breast pump from equipment provider with a DME license. I am a DME supplier for Ameda Breast Pumps. I am for AETNA INSURANCE COMPANY. I can instruct you on how to use your breast pump in the Houston, Texas and surrounding areas.
I will provide you with exceptional service, helping you choose the right breast pump I am a Lactation Specialist. I hold a college degree in Maternal and Child Health and Lactation, 120 College Units. I also hold more degrees in the field of lactation, breastfeeding. I am also a mother of eight children, together with my husband, all of whom have been breastfed. Two of my sons were preemies.
What process do I go through to get a new breast pump through my insurance company?
1. Most insurance providers now require a prescription from your doctor. Either you can call your doctor OB? or I can help you get this process started. I will begin by helping you understand your insurance benefit and coverage. Breast pump brand availability is subject to your insurance coverage allowable. I offer the best double electric pump available. The majority of insurance plans allow you to have had your breast pump any time prior to your due date. Others want you to have had your baby. Please allow 7-10 business days from the date you place your order to receive your breast pump.
2. You will need to get your prescription faxed over to me, using the FAX Number (713) 505-1341, or your prescription to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, so I can bill your insurance carrier. (What breast pump you receive is contingent upon the requested product that is covered by your insurance carrier.)
3. Some plans will give you a breast pump anytime during your pregnancy, while others will give you it towards the end of your pregnancy. Other plans will give you a pump after you deliver, up to 60 days. I will figure this out by calling your insurance company.
4. I will arrange delivery for your pump to your home. In the Houston, Texas area, I can hand deliver it to you. I will ship your breast pump for free. ( Shipping your breast pump is contingent upon receiving product authorization from your insurance company.) In the Houston, Texas area, at our visit, I will instruct and show you how to use it. I will send you a shipping notification when I ship your pump with tracking information. If for any reason you are not happy with your pump, please call me at (713) 540-8692. Thank you for allowing me to serve you. I feel honored and blessed.
Breast pumps come with all the equipment you need to get started. However, sometimes it happens that you may need additional parts or you need a custom fit flange. These parts can be purchased separately. The insurance company will not pay for these extra parts. In my private practice, I have had to tell some of my patients that they need to buy an extra large flange.
Ameda Pumps are designed to last for years. Ameda has that you can see on how to use your pump.
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Thank you for considering me to help you choose your pump. I am looking forward to serving you and speaking to you real soon. Have a blessed day.
Ameda Pump Through Insurance Includes: Item #17070 PMW1 DME CODE:E0603
Purely Breast Pump, Dual Hygienikit, Milk Collection System, AC Power Adapter. For single use daily. Hygienikit is without BPA or DEHP. DME CODE. E6030.
AMEDA- If you have any questions regarding the Ameda Pump you purchased, or if you would like to speak with a Customer Service Representation at Pumps, please call 1-866-99-Ameda. In the United States, Customer Service Representatives are available from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Central Time) Monday through Friday.
Warranty Information: The breast pump is warranted to be free from defects and workmanship for a period of one year for pump purchase and 90 days for parts and accessories.