lol yep get used to it.
It simply is not a question of if, it is when. If everyone took the care that they could, it wouldn't be a problem...but hell...I've seen people go in and not foam out, use the same equipment for a MRSA as another (like when doing morning vitals for example), etc.
It just takes one person to not do things properly and EVERYTHING becomes a fomite (or at least has the potential to).
But remember that MRSA is trasmitted via contact. Sooooo...wash your hands every time before eating, preparing food, touching your eyes or mouth, etc. Shower at work at shift's end, bag up those scrubs
and take them home to be laundered right away. And even with such precautions, you're still at a high risk.
Fact is that it is nearly impossible to keep from getting it...but hey you limit the chances with proper hygeine which you should be doing anyhow.