Stop in to explore our full selection of:
- Breast pumps and accessories
- Breastfeeding devices and accessories
- Breast care products
- Compression stockings and hosiery
Medela Breast Pumps at Bremo Pharmacy
The best place in Richmond to rent or buy Medela breast pumps and supplies. We offer a full line of double electric options including:
Medela Pump In Style
Advanced Starter Set (Insurance Pump)
Hospital-Grade Pump (Rental pump available only at our Henrico Doctors’ location)
Your insurance may cover the cost of purchase or rental, and with a prescription, we can bill your insurance directly — our expert staff makes it easy and you can start the process now with the convenience of a computer or your phone!
To receive your breast pump from Bremo Pharmacy, fill out this brief form, obtain a prescription from your physician, and one of our staff will reach out to you within 48 business hours: Bremo Breast Pump Secure Form
Please check out our Breast Pump FAQ below for more information.
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Breast Pump FAQ:
Q: I want to get a breast pump billed to my insurance — what do I need to do?
A: The best thing to do is to fill out our online form (Bremo Breast Pump Secure Form) and we will call you within 48 business hours (Monday – Friday). If you’re in the area, feel free to stop in to do the same. We also require you to obtain a prescription for the pump from your provider (see the next question). When we follow-up with you, we will let you know what’s covered and when you can pick up your pump.
Q: Do I need a prescription to get a pump?
A: Yes. In order to bill your insurance company, we must have a prescription on file from your provider (usually the practitioner providing maternal care). The prescription should be written for mom, not baby. Also, please ask your provider to include a diagnosis code on the prescription. The prescription can be handwritten or faxed directly to one of our two locations:
2024 Staples Mill Road
Fax: (804) 355-1639
Bremo Pharmacy @ Henrico Doctors
1602 Skipwith Road, in the hospital lobby
Fax: (804) 285-8769
Q: When can I pick up my pump?
A: After you have filled out the online form (Bremo Breast Pump Secure Form), we strive to call you within 48 business hours with follow-up information, or to let you know if your pump is covered and when you can pick it up. You have the convenience of picking up your Breast pump from the convenience of two locations, unless you are renting the pump.
Q: Do you keep purchase or rental breast pumps in stock?
A: Yes, we keep both in stock — We will let you know which one you are eligible for when we follow-up with you or just give us a call ahead of time to verify. If interested in obtaining an Ameda Elite Hospital Grade Pump through your insurance, please contact our Henrico Doctors’ location 804-285-7730.
Q: My insurance company named you as a provider – can I just come by and pick up a pump?
A: No, please fill out our brief form (Bremo Breast Pump Secure Form) with all the essential information we will need from you so we can contact your insurance company in advance and follow-up with you to set up a file and allow us to verify coverage before you make a trip out to us. This will save you time when you come to pick up your pump.
Q: Does my insurance cover a breast pump?
A: Most insurance plans do cover a breast pump! Plans we are able to accept include Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Optima, and Aetna Better Health of VA. Please contact us if you are unsure about your plan.
Q: What type of breast pump is covered?
A: Typically, insurance plans cover the purchase of a double electric breast pump — we supply the Medela Pump In Style Advanced Starter Set. Some plans may cover the rental fees for an Ameda Elite Hospital Grade Pump if it is medically necessary.
Q: Is there a copay?
A: In most cases, breast pumps are covered with no copay!
Q: I live too far away — can you ship breast pumps?
A: We can ship breast pumps to Virginia residents if required. The shipping rate to ship a purchased breast pump is based on location and is not covered by insurance.