I'm a new grad (RN) and just had an interview at an LTC/SNF.It is a corporate/for profit facility that apparently doesn't want to have too many RNs on staff. There are 120 beds (2 wings of 60). For the 3-11 shift there is 1 RN on the skilled care floor (60 residents) who has the help of LPNs for med pass and CNAs for ADLs. On the other wing ---- NO RN. There is a highly competent, very experienced LPN who is handling the dementia/Alzheimer patients. Now....as the RN I would be legally responsible for 120 residents! I don't think so....I just about RAN out of that place! Even the person interviewing me said it was a lot of responsibility and no nurse wants to find themselves sitting in front of the BON if there's an incident.I did some research before the interview and noticed that Medicare only gave them 1 star for nursing. So, I figured their RN to patient ratio was probably high - but I NEVER imagined it was that high.Thoughts??