"The Royal College of Surgeons wrote to healthcare inspectors last year warning of “grave concerns” that too many people were dying in the south of the country because of long waits for heart surgery."
No, not Mississippi or Alabama (yet), but the quaint subset of Great Britain called Wales (soon to be Wails?). Turns out that there are (at least) "150 cases in which patients died waiting for life-saving treatment." All part of the grand scheme we call the Much Vaunted National Health System©.
But hey, at least it's "free," right?