Mead Johnson Nutritionals, a Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, is the world leader in pediatric nutrition, with over seventy products in more than fifty countries. Most famous for Enfamil, the childrenâ€™s formula, Mead Johnson was started over one hundred years ago when Edward Mead Johnson Sr. left Johnson & Johnson, the company he started with his brother. Mead Johnson went on to create Dextri-Maltose, the first physician recommended and clinically supported infant feeding supplement in the United States. Mead Johnson was also the first to release standardized cod liver oil.
Helping Hands For Special Kids Program, a patient assistance program provided by Mead Johnson Nutritionals, offers the medication list to the right at no cost to those who are eligible for the program. Eligibility is based off of the following requirements:
- You must meet an undisclosed income guideline
- Child must be less than one year old.
- Child must be using very specialized formula.
- This program has myriad undisclosed factors. Have your doctor contact a sales rep if interested.
The medication must be sent to the physicians office.
Those eligible for Medicare Part D but not enrolled may still be eligible.
Fill out the program enrollment form located to your right. If you don't see an enrollment form available please call Mead Johnson Nutritionals program directly. After filling out the enrollment form please bring the form to your doctor for proper signatures and procedures. Do not forget a self stamped envelope for them to mail in your application to the program.
- If you have any questions please call the Mead Johnson Nutritionals program directly.
- Fill out as much of the information on the enrollment form as possible. The more information you have pre-filled the easier the progrm is to enroll in.
- Write down the refill dates for your program and set a reminder here on PatientAssistance.com so that you don't run out of medication.
- Do not write messy on your forms as this will delay any response.
- Call and write thank you notes to AAI Pharma Inc. program. Without their help millions of people will be without medication.