Here are a few thoughts on the health services professions and all its related services. To this day, a surprising and alarmingly high number of men, women and children fail to call upon and rely on these essential services and the qualified men and women who provide them with it. Yes, all staff members are qualified. South Florida Hospitals and the like, across counties, all across states and the entire country, would not have it any other way.
Private medical institutions would insist upon it. Do ask those who have done right by themselves and their families by turning to them in times of need and as a matter of course. As a matter of course; here is an interesting observation. Responsible citizens do not wait until the last moment when a crisis is upon them. From the earliest time in their lives, they will have seen to it that they schedule regular appointments with their respective medical practitioners and specialists.
Specialists in the sense that, from an earlier time in their lives, they will have been diagnosed with an acute condition which was never going to be easy to cure, if at all. So, in the event, they come to rely on their specialists and their related staff (radiologists, therapists, pharmacists, and the like) for ongoing treatment of their conditions. The treatment is managed well. This allows these folks to live as comfortably and healthily as possible for years a lot longer than would have been the case had they not called upon the doctors and their assistants.
While there have been improvements, public health care systems continue to be in disarray in comparison to the private institutions. Food for thought, and what is preventing you from taking out an affordable plan so that you may enjoy such care.