Before you go on about personal problems in hospitals, it is true that some have problems in different areas of the country but my point is that we are a grown up and naturally calmer and mature culture to save ourselves from reactionary politics. Look at all of the facts that have ever been released by a reputable source, read the nuances and studies relating to cost and care efficiency. It all points to the fact that, over a large population, we have a very good healthcare in terms of outcomes and a very cheap service that saves people from not just medical and physical pain but financial pain too (which can be the more important thing to many people).
As for anecdotes, I can give you a few but my most recent was after being stabbed in the eye I was treated in A&E at Coventry and Warwickshire University Hospital and had specialist care at Midland eye centre in a very clean, efficient and caring environment. The day after I was last treated at the Midland eye centre I was told that, due to the Tory's new plans for the NHS that the facility that treated my conditions (corneal abrasion and recurrent corneal erosion in particular) would have been cut to the point where only one patient could be treated at a time. I have since found out (my aunty is the facility's chemist) that the waiting time would have been a month or two rather than within the week meaning I would have been unable to work and partially blind for all that time.
So I do have a bias. A bias in favour of working people who, instead of being forced into debt, can return to their livelihood swiftly but (and here is a caricature) people, maybe like you, wouldn't know anything about that.