Patient Savings Programs

    Savings and assistance programs for your patients

    Mead Johnson offers a range of savings and assistance programs to support parents when they need it most.

    Enfamil® Family Beginnings

    The Enfamil Family Beginnings program provides patients in your care with valuable savings, helpful support, and expert advice timed to reach them when they need it most.

    Helping Hand for Special Kids ProgramTM

    To enroll a patient in the Helping Hand program, contact your Mead Johnson Medical Sales Representative.

    The Nutramigen® Savings and Support Program

    By enrolling in the Nutramigen Savings and Support Program, parents can save up to $50 on Nutramigen® with Enflora LGG® or Nutramigen with Enflora LGG® Toddler.

    WAVE Premature Discharge Program

    WAVE is a discharge program developed by a neonatologist to help ensure that every preterm infant leaves the NICU with a clear nutrition plan as well as a helpful set of resources to ensure an effective continuum of care.

    The Drive to Thrive Support Program

    Parents of babies born prematurely will receive monthly $10 rebates for Enfamil® EnfaCare® from the time the baby is 2 to 9 months old. Your patient will also receive monthly emails with expert advice on caring for their premature baby.

    Enfamil® Multiple Birth Program

    To enroll a patient in the Helping Hand program, contact your Mead Johnson Medical Sales Representative

    Free Metabolic Starter Case

    Help patients receive a free starter case of a Mead Johnson Nutrition metabolic product—Phenyl-Free® 1, BCAD 1, OA 1, PFD 1, TYROS 1, WND® 1, HCY 1, GA, or LMD.

    To order, contact the Mead Johnson Medical department at 

    Women, Infants, and Children Program

    In addition to the Mead Johnson programs offered to patients in your care, families who require financial support may qualify for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children. It provides infant formula vouchers, food vouchers, and nutrition education to low-income infants, children, and mothers who are considered at nutritional risk.