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How soon can you see me?

I'm often available to see you the same day, if not by the next day.

The sooner you call, the sooner I can help! Don’t wait until the next business day.

I take calls 7 days a week!

Should I not be able to help you immediately, I will refer you to one of my trusted colleagues.


Does insurance cover your services?

I’m so excited to announce that I’ve officially partnered with @lactationnetwork! This is an incredible organization that helps moms and moms-to-be get the breastfeeding support they deserve, covered by their insurance. The Lactation Network guarantees every mother three 90-minute, in-home lactation consultations with a registered IBCLC, like me, at no out of pocket cost. They handle the paperwork and bill your insurance directly. To learn more and schedule your consultation with me, visit and use my name as the IBCLC who

referred you.

Many insurance companies cover or partially cover my services for home visits.

Whether your insurance will cover the cost will depend upon the insurance company and plan.

My fees may also be billed to your medical expense account. I provide each client with a detailed insurance claim form (superbill) that can be used to bill insurance for reimbursement, along with instructions on how to submit your request for reimbursement.

For more information on insurance and reimbursement click Here.


What forms of payment do you accept?

I accept Venmo, cash, checks, credit cards and HSA cards.


How do I prepare for our appointment?

 You don’t need to do anything special for a lactation visit.  I absolutely am NOT concerned about a messy house or whether you’ve had a chance to take a shower.

What may help to think about before I arrive:

- A list of written questions for me

- Who you would like to be present during our visit

- Do you need help setting up your breast pump

- How to best keep siblings entertained 



Frequently Asked Questions

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