arrowhead regional eligible number

  1. applied to the new RN program at arrowhead regional, and received an eligible score range of 5 anyone know what that means?
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  3. by   AlexaGrey
    You'll see the very bottom what that score means. Look on the email. They score you from 1-6, 1 is the highest, 6 is the lowest. They will prioritize the highest range first in consideration for your choice of department. It means you are eligible but is on the 5th range of priority.
  4. by   LJ585
    So probably no shot of a call back? I'm trying to figure out how they even got my rating
  5. by   CPLibra
    I have a rating of 6. When did you apply?
  6. by   LJ585
    Quote from xPinkyCheetahs
    I have a rating of 6. When did you apply?
    Last month, when did you? Have you heard from anyone yet?
  7. by   CPLibra
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    Last month, when did you? Have you heard from anyone yet?
    I applied in the beginning of July. I have not heard from anyone yet. Anxiously waiting! Have you applied to any other surrounding hospitals?
  8. by   LJ585
    I have, I think every hospital in riverside county, some in San Diego too.
  9. by   CPLibra
    I know someone who just got hired at Kindred in the Inland Empire area. It is a med-surg/tele floor with a RN ratio of 1:7 patients and also works with 1 LVN and 1 CNA. Not sure how I feel about that ratio...

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