Operation Lactation

Kristine Keller, BS, IBCLC, RLC    

214.641.5029 cell    855.940.4916 fax     operationlactation@gmail.com

I am in network with several PPO insurance plans. Please click below & submit your information to see if insurance will cover the visit up front.

*Link should note that you are paired with Operation Lactation*


Cash rates are as follows...

Prenatal Breastfeeding Class
1 hour - $50/couple
Includes information on breast anatomy and how milk is made, breastfeeding immediately after birth, feeding patterns, positioning, latch techniques, feeding cues and other basic breastfeeding skills. Price is for private class in your own home. Group rates are available.

Lactation Consultation 
Initial consult - $195

(Add $25 for multiples)
Follow-up - $145
At your initial visit, we will complete a health history for you and your child, do a visual assessment of mother's breasts and baby's mouth, a observe a breastfeeding session and a create personalized plan for you and your family. An initial breastfeeding consultation will average 1.5 to 2 hours. Many concerns can be addressed in two to three visits, but occasionally, further assistance will be necessary. Follow-up visits will vary in length depending on the complexity of the issue. Consultations include no cost text messaging and email support. 

Prenatal & Postpartum Package
Get the information you need...when you need it! Prenatal education & postpartum home visit. Have confidence knowing that you have an easy way to get answers when questions arise.

    My service area is a 30-mile radius from my home office in Forney (75126). Beyond the 30 miles, I charge a $25 travel fee. If traveling beyond 40 miles, I charge a $50 travel fee. 

For cash pay clients, I cannot bill some insurances directly, but I do offer a coded receipt to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. Reimbursement depends on your specific insurance company and plan. Many insurance companies will reimburse most if not all of the cost of a lactation consultation. A referral from a doctor is recommended, but not a required, for reimbursement purposes. Please contact your insurance company for more information on

reimbursement and coverage.