Prospero Health
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About the company

  • CEO
    Douglas J. Wenners
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 36 reviews and is evolving.



Nurse Practitioner in Georgia
on May 24, 2022
It has been a great place to work even though changes are constant. Management will make or break your job. The focus is more metrics than patients which makes it more difficult to do your job well and meet their demands. Travel can be too far and inconsistent patient assignments are not good for patients.
Nurse Practitioner in Tennessee
on April 23, 2022
Prospero puts patients and providers first and gives plenty of time for providers to visit with their patients rather than drive-by-medicine in a regular clinic setting.
Certified Medical Coder in Memphis, TN
on April 22, 2022
Interview was a success, was grateful to get a job offer because I had less than a year of experience for the job I applied for.. outstanding training, great team, teamwork is a plus, I’m blessed to be apart of this company!
Family Nurse Practitioner in Asheville, NC
on April 20, 2022
Many opportunities for growth and advancement. There are frequent Town Hall meetings where we learn about company growth and changes that are about to happen.
Patient Engagement Specialist in Memphis, TN
on April 6, 2022
Starting off, the company has a week long training program that portrays an ideal about how the job itself is all about helping people in need, and gives the impression that upward mobility within the company is attainable. They are especially careful to emphasize that this job is not a sales position, even though it is the definition of a sales position, but they will not refer to it as such (probably to avoid paying people additionally for their sales). Then, after emphasizing how it is not a sales role, they force nearly unattainable goals regarding numbers, forcing people to say yes to a service that they do not need. It is a call center, and I began to feel as though I was scamming elderly people with severe illnesses. The good aspect, is that the company is the most diverse/ inclusive place I've ever worked.

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