I may be overly optimistic, but judging by some of the posts I've read, it seems like if you meet the minimum TEAS requirements you have a really good shot at getting in. Last year they had to delay admissions because they did not have enough people who met the min TEAS requirement, so instead of lowering their expectations, they just waited for more applicants with the scores they were looking for.
Since you are well over the min requirement, I think it is safe to feel confident in your status. Have you completed any courses towards the program? Like Anatomy and Physiology, Math, English..? Having those done will also help solidify your application status and lighten your load through the program itself.
As soon as I get my letter or email I'll post to let you know, but I believe it will take 2 - 3 weeks from the application deadline before we hear anything. So at the very soonest, we may hear back by this Friday!
In the meantime, I'd proceed as if I was already accepted. If you haven't already done CPR, go ahead and register for that. Register for any remaining classes you might want to take before January, start thinking about financials.. It'll be a good distraction and you'll be more organized once the good news arrives :)