There are major advantages to having a dedicated CF ward - the doctors, physio, nutritionist, and others don't have to traipse all over a big city hospital to find you and the nurses are specialized and provide better care. I'm sitting in the hospital now with my partner who is sick. He's in a negative pressure room, too. The care in the CF ward is great and CF patients can order from a special menu. The only problem is the ancient hospital rooms - a new facility is planned but it's at least 5 years away. This wing must be from the forties or fifties and there are so many surfaces that are hard to clean. Even though the rooms are cleaned, I prefer to wipe the high touch surfaces myself on arrival.I think it's a bad idea to have a room dedicated to CF in any way. When they're put into different rooms, at least some bacteria that would be left by the previous CF patient would have time to die off before another CFer takes the same room, while it will likely not be the case with your CF room.