Hmm. Yes we have healthcare but it does have it's down side. On one hand it's free which is great. We are very lucky in that regard. Don't get me wrong on that.
But please don't think it's a perfect system. It's getting pretty difficult to find a family physician. When you do they will usually only see you for 5 minutes and you are only allowed to talk about one issue per visit -- you have to choose which you think is the most pressing. Then, if you need a referral, sometimes you have to wait up to 6 months to get one -- it depends on the speciality. Then....if you need surgery or something, you may have to wait up to a year, it really depends on what the surgery is and how urgently you are deemed to need it. The state deems what is urgent. By then you might be dead though, so all is good.
We do have private clinics here in Vancouver. Need your knee fixed and you want it done right away? You can pony up the bucks for that. Otherwise you have to wait. A lot of rich folks here (including politicans), use private clinics or just go to the USA to have their procedures done.
I gotta say - if I had a serious illness and I had the money I'd be heading down to the USA for treatment.
So in short neither system is perfect.