Insurance Approved Breastpumps

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law in 2010. There are many parts of the ACA, but one of the most valuable is that ACA requires health plans to cover breastfeeding support and supplies. Many health plans began implementing this coverage on or after August 1, 2012.

If you have a private insurance carrier or commercial insurer, this law applies to you. The breastfeeding provisions of the ACA do not apply to Medicaid or WIC. However, breastpumps are available through WIC and many state Medicaid programs. For information on how to obtain a breastpump through WIC or Medicaid, contact your state WIC agency.

To process your breastpump order through your insurance we will need a breastpump prescription from your prenatal care provider. Please be sure that you or your prenatal care provider sends your prescription to us via email,, or fax, 617.491.1511.

These breastpumps are likely covered by your insurance.


Pump In Style Advanced Starter Set




Spectra S2 Breastpump



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Freemie Freedom Breastpump



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Adro Calypso Essentials BreastPump




Ameda Finesse Breastpump



About Us

Cambridge Medical Supply is a locally owned provider of medical supplies in Cambridge, MA. We are located on a major thoroughfare (Rt. 28), convenient to the highway, public transportation and most major Boston hospitals.

For more than 40 years Cambridge Medical Supply has been committed to providing the greater Boston area with top quality products and service. We bill most major insurance companies directly and we will do all the necessary paperwork so you don’t have to!

Contact Us

Cambridge Medical Supply

218 Monsignor O'Brien Hwy

Cambridge, MA 02141

Tel: 617 876 3810

Fax: 617 491 1511

Important Information

Information on this site is provided for informational purposes only. It is not meant to substitute for the advice provded by your own physician or other medical professional.

You should not use the information contained herein for diagnosing or treating a health problem. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.

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