Have a TRICARE West or Central California Alliance Plan?

Get a Free Spectra Breast Pump in 3 Easy Steps

Spectra Pumps Are Only Available for the Following Care Plans:

  • Central California Alliance for Health logo
  • Tricare West
Have Another Plan? Other Free Breast Pumps Are Available Here.

The Best-selling Breast Pump in the U.S.!

Spectra Baby thought hard about things like “adjustable suction levels,” because that provides a more natural flow of milk. Spectra Baby Founder, Heidi Humphries, RN, BSN, IBCLC, insisted on the quietest motor available for these pumps, which when in the “massage mode,” simulate the natural suckling of baby.

Both models include the following:
  • ( 2 ) Years Warranty on pump motor (90 days on accessories)
  • Backflow protection to keep your breast milk from harmful bacteria
  • Strong, adjustable suction level up to L12 (250 mmHg)
  • Auto-timer with display
  • Built-in nightlight for middle-of-the-night pumping
  • Includes tubing and both 24MM & 28MM Breast flanges for perfect fit & comfort
  • Wide neck bottles
  • Locking rings and caps, for leak protection during storage
  • Includes multi-volt power adapter for use in any country
  • Single or double pump capability

Spectra S1 Plus Electric & Portable Breast Pump

  • Rechargeable
  • Soft blue color
  • Portable at 2.9 lbs., perfect for moms on the go

Spectra S2 Plus Premier Electric Breast Pump

  • All electric (not rechargeable)
  • Soothing soft pink
  • Weighs only 2.5 pounds for ease of movement

How to Get Your Breast Pump Free in 3 Easy Steps 

step 1
Complete This Simple Qualification Form


    Click here and we’ll handle steps 2 & 3 for you!

    step 2
    Simply Mama contacts your insurance to verify coverage
    step 3
    Simply Mama requests a breast pump prescription from your doctor and submits the paperwork for you.

    Congratulations! You’re receiving a brand new breast pump!


    Our Mission is to Get You the Best Breast Pump Possible

    Simply Mama’s founder, Kathleen Huggins, is a Registered Nurse and Board Certified Lactation Consultant. She’s been working with nursing mothers since 1980. Kathleen founded one of the first breastfeeding clinics in the U.S. as well as one of the first breastfeeding help lines for mothers. She is the author of several breastfeeding books, including “The Nursing Mother’s Companion” now in its 7th Edition and read by over one million mothers.

    Kathleen started Simply Mama because she wanted to ensure that mothers on Medi-Cal and Medi-Cal Managed Care Plans had access to high-quality breast pumps just like mothers on other insurance plans. After extensive research and testing, Kathleen chose the BelleMa Effective Pro with IDC Electric and Zomee Rechargeable Double Electric breast pumps as the best choices possible for mothers provided by the Affordable Care Act.

    Enjoy The Benefits of Using a Breast Pump

    • ***** Channell Armstrong Los Angeles, CA

      I used a breast pump with my first baby and it was so loud. This pump has been a blessing. It is small and portable, not noisy and it does the job very well.

    • ***** Danielle Gomez Placerville, CA

      I had never heard of this pump before but it is very convenient. Getting the pump was hassle free and it arrived the day after I got home from the hospital.

    • ***** Candace Franklin Santa Maria, CA

      I wondered about this pump and the quality as I used the Medela pump with my first baby. I actually prefer this pump to the Medela! It is small, and simple to use. It is easy to take to work.

    Supporting you in times of need.
    An important message about COVID-19

    We are committed to ensuring that our families continue to receive the support they need to feed and keep their babies healthy, while continuing to stay safe. With social distancing and quarantine regulations changing daily, we wanted to let you know that the staff of Simply Mama Breast Pumps are working from home and are still sending out Zomee breast pumps to interested mothers.

    View the CDC guide on COVID-19 and breastfeeding »