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What do I do if I am with United Healthcare?

Please note we only accept orders for UHC Community plan and UHC Medicaid from the following States:

  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • Maryland
  • Wisconsin


Lucina Care is an “in network, preferred provider” for UHC insurance.    If you are a UHC member and have breast pump coverage listed on your plan, we will provide you a breast pump, 100% free of charge with no copay.

1-     Please click on the 'Place and Insurance Order'  image on the homepage of www.lucinacare.com and follow the instructions to complete the forms.

2-     The pumps we are currently offering for UHC members are the following:

 Rumble Tuff double electric breast pump, NUK double electric breast pump and Lansinoh Affinity Pro double electric breast pump.   Please check the product list on our online order form, selections are subject to change.

3-    Fill out all of the information, pertaining to yourself (mom) and your new baby and be sure to leave the best contact information for us to reach you. 

4-     Please read and acknowledge the Assignment of Benefits statement by checking the box at the end of the order form to complete your order.

5-     We will contact you by email very shortly to confirm the receipt of your order 


If your baby is in NICU, please check “hospitalized baby” on the order form.  We place high priority on these orders.

 

Please note:

The window for all UHC members to file a claim is as follows: You may place the order any time during your pregnancy and for twelve months thereafter.    We will send the pump as soon as we have your doctors order or perscription..    We are allowed to send the pump out in the last 30 days of your pregnancy.    

*All UHC members require a doctors order or prescription. Prescription must be in mother’s name, stating “double electric breast pump”.  You may upload your prescription if you have it, or we will contact your physician to obtain one.

All NICU orders must have the prescription from the Neonatologist, including hospital name, complete address, and hospitalized newborn code.   For babies with a feeding anomaly, the prescription must include the diagnosis code from the physician who issues the Rx/order.