The health care we'd get would not be in Europe it would be in the U.S. I have experienced government provided care (medi-cal) here, it was a disaster. I actually had to wait several months to get my son his standard vacines (until my work provided health insurance kicked in), because two hours after his appointment, I was still waiting and when I asked the receptionist how much longer, she said it would still be a long time because everyone's appointment was at the same time. She was rude about it too. (mind you, vaccines should only take 5 minutes to take care of) it was my only day off that week and I had other errands I had to run. The next appointment i wouldve been able ti get would have been after my work provided health insurance kicked in anyhow. Fortunately I never needed to use medi-cal for something more serious or I would (or my kids would) be dead. They also kept switching my primary doctor on me (I had picked a medi-cal approved pediatrician, but they decided he wasn't close enough to where I lived, so they switched me to the county clinic), making it hard to get care at all.