Hospital Milk Orders

Hospitals can offer their newborn patients the best alternative to mother’s own milk by partnering with Northwest Mothers Milk Bank to provide pasteurized donor human milk. Most of the milk NWMMB processes is dispensed to hospitals with NICUs and/or Mother-Baby Units.

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Order Milk

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Download Form

Download and

fill out a

milk order form

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1st Time Ordering?

Call the milk bank to

place your order at

(800) 204-4444

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Send Form

Fax your form to

(503) 469-0962 or email orders@nwmmb.org 

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More Resources 

If you need more info, check out our

Hospital Resources

                                               

We deliver frozen, pasteurized human donor milk directly to hospitals in the greater Portland metro area weekly. We use FedEx with priority overnight shipping to assure timely and safe transit times for facilities in Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and beyond.

Orders placed prior to 10 a.m. Monday- Thursday can be shipped with next-day arrival, however 48 hours notice is preferred when possible.

Northwest Mothers Milk Bank is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization and our Tax ID # is 26-3458029

For more details about our evidence-based safety protocols that assure the safety and quality of donor milk from NWMMB, please see: Healthcare Provider Resources and Safety and Quality

Useful Links

HMBANA

Common Diagnosis Codes used for ordering donor human milk

Donor Human Milk for the High-Risk Infant

Breastfeeding and the Use of Human Milk

Donor milk should be considered essential medicine for premature infants whose moms don't have enough. Donor milk can help prevent infection and promote healthy brain development. When I recommend donor milk to families in the hospital, they know we are doing everything we can to support them and their baby.

— Dr. Stefanie Rogers, Neonatologist