Read: Prospero’s Response to COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis has created barriers to accessing care, particularly for those facing complex conditions. In response, Prospero’s team has innovated quickly by combining our compassionate home-based support with enhanced telemedicine offerings. This comprehensive care model is tailored to people’s needs and meets them where they are most comfortable and better treated – in the home. We are committed to ensuring the safety of those in our care, their families, and our clinicians and will continue to remain in compliance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines. We are also closely monitoring directives from state and local health departments.

If you have questions about how we can best support you or your loved one, call our team at 1-888-608-0499, TTY 711.


Home-Based Medical Care For Patients That Need It Most

Partner with Prospero to expand the expert care you provide into patients’ homes.

Patients with complex conditions require more time and resources. Prospero brings together an expert team, technology, and 24/7 support focused specifically on the individual needs of patients living with complex or chronic illness, or those who have social and physical barriers to receiving care in a clinic.

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Our team will be in touch to learn about your needs.

Benefits of partnering with Prospero for coordinated in-home care:

  • Take advantage of 24/7 patient and provider support
  • Extend your care into the home
  • Address gaps in ability to care for seriously ill patients
  • Reduce burden on staff from frequent calls and after-hours incidents
  • Increase patient satisfaction
  • Improve quality and cost outcomes

Prospero uses a team-based approach, ensuring coordinated care by partnering with you and your patient’s other care providers.

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