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View the short video below to learn more about providing donor human milk to infants in your care or if you are interested in becoming one of our Donation and Outreach Centers:
To receive donor human milk for your hospital, you need the following items:
- Hospital Information Form
- Must be completed prior to receiving milk
- Can be filled out online (call 303.869.1888 to have the link to the form emailed to you)
- Includes payment information which will be kept on file for all future orders
- Purchase order system established
- Available for addresses within the Denver Metro Area
- Delivery to Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley, Colorado Springs, etc. is also possible. Please call 303.869.1888 for a quote.
- Standard courier fee is added to the cost of the milk
- Available milk is shipped Monday through Thursday with next-day delivery
- Next-day orders must be placed before 1 pm MST
- Standard shipping fees are added to the cost of the milk
- Mothers’ Milk Bank cannot ship to the states of New York, California, or Maryland due to local tissue licensing requirements
We cannot always guarantee that milk will be available; please call 303.869.1888 to confirm that we can fill your order.
Once the milk is purchased, it is the hospital’s responsibility to dispense it to patients as they see fit. Mothers’ Milk Bank does charge a tissue processing fee for the milk, which covers some of the costs associated with the screening of the donors and processing of the milk. The hospital is responsible for paying this fee. Mothers’ Milk Bank cannot charge patients individually while they are receiving the milk from the hospital. If patients need milk after being discharged, they can contact Mothers’ Milk Bank directly to make arrangements.
Click here for information on handling human milk in the hospital.
One 24-week gestation baby girl named Casey was served recently at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children. She did so well on donor milk that she was able to go home to Western Colorado after a shorter than normal hospital stay. Having donor human milk at our hospital is helping to save lives every day.
– David Horst, MD
Neonatal Perinatal Medicine, Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children