Our Commitment

Prospect Medical Holdings is committed to providing employees, staff, and others with opportunities to raise questions and concerns related to regulatory compliance (i.e., guidelines the law requires organizations to follow), violation of policy or our Code of Conduct. If you have a good faith concern, we encourage you to first raise those issues directly with your supervisor, members of management, or the Compliance department. In the event you feel that other communication channels were ineffective, you may ask a question or raise your concern through this secure, third-party, 24-hour help and hotline.

If you have an employment-related or other human resources concern (e.g., disagreements with peers or supervisors, grievances or issues with hours, wages, job duties, conditions of employment or performance feedback, etc.), we encourage you to speak with your supervisor, or reach out to your HR representative directly.

When using this help line please provide as many details as possible (e.g., names, dates, witnesses, details of incidents) so that a thorough review can be conducted. While it is preferable to identify yourself so that we can contact you if we need additional information, you may also report anonymously. Please note that anonymous reports may be difficult to fully investigate without contact information and/or specifics regarding the alleged incidents or events. Reports are kept confidential to the extent possible by law and policy. We also encourage you to contact your HR representative directly if you have an employment concern, including issues relating to harassment, discrimination, or retaliation.

Prospect and its affiliates will not retaliate against employees who provide confidential information in good faith regarding possible illegal activities in the workplace or who refuse to participate in an activity that violates or otherwise does not comply with the law.

If you have additional questions, please reach out to your local compliance officer or the Prospect Chief Compliance and Privacy Officer.

In California, the Attorney General’s office also has a hotline that can be reached at (800) 952-5225.

To Make a Report

After you complete your report you will be assigned a unique code called a "report key." Write down your report key and password and keep them in a safe place. After 5-6 business days, use your report key and password to check your report for feedback or questions.