Mostly this. I'm not a fan of the state's overreach but having it providing general healthcare is a must for any developed country.
I'm a euro neet, recently went for a general check-up after many years avoiding it, my family doctor prescribed me blood work, heart stress test and ultra sound, lung x-ray, kidneys ultrasound plus a few other shit. Booked my exams on a private clinic and didn't pay a single cent, the state covered everything.
Besides that I asked my doctor to remove a few moles for aesthetic reasons, within 5 days was called for a hospital appointment and on the same day had a surgery booked for today. Costed me nothing obviously.
The entire process took less than 15 days. For peak covid season I would say it was pretty damn good.
Will report back in a few hours after seeing how the surgery goes.