Lol you have never lived in Europe or the USA.
As someone who has lived decades in both your comments are totally outside of reality.
To tell the truth I did love the European heath care system, I would call up tell them I need shots, medical appointment, etc and would told it would be a month or two since it non-emergency. I would then say I would not be using that countries health care system and would be paying by bank transfer and I had my appointment that week. I would walk in get the work done and leave and the poor people in that system would still be there. European friend that had a bad knee got pushed back for over three years, they kept telling him he was below the age they would normally replace it, and since he could still get around he was not a priority. He just had to give up all sports and activities that placed any weight on that leg.
In the USA there are so many medical places around, and here I can use insurance, so it is fill in paperwork, hand over a card, and I am in and out. Last month I had to get a bunch of work done and some shots and longest wait I had was 45 mins to get blood drawn for lab work because I needed to get it done that day.