Thank you for all the input. This pt. was moved to a private setting as soon as we "thought" it may be C-Diff. In our facility, we do not have the availability of moving pts. around easily. So far, while I have been in this position, we have at least been able to move those with C. diff to private rooms (even if they have to share a bathroom). This resident was treated with C. Diff from the beginning but has had multiple bouts. One time, the NP ordered a sample just a few days after she completed one of the treatment rounds. I strive for waiting at least 10 days after treatment to run another stool sample to decrease the chance of false-positives (which I think may have happened one of the times). She then also had a very bad UTI (of course she had recently completed her 2nd round of treatment for C. Diff) and of course-C. Diff AGAIN. This has been one of my major projects this week-to look at and develop a policy for commode use/emptying and disinfecting. We did some science experiments yesterday and came up with our plan and everyone appears happy with it. Now, the question was raised by the DON: What are we going to do when we all of our rooms are full (no available private rooms) and we have a resident, who resides in a semi-private room, gets C-Diff. So the research continues......Again, thank you for all of your input.