Britain's medical body is well compensated. They're not exactly going broke. Your generalizations are likewise fairly insulting to people who work hard and still can't get good health care, and let's not even go into the discussion of how HMOs purposely seek out ways to deny you health care. Promotions based on denial of care are a fact, and when the minimum denial rate is posted at a preferred 15% there's something wrong.
By the way, it's just foolish to act as if things aren't already socialized. From the fact that Medicair is subsidized to the mail and schooling, it's not this big evil thing. It's not as if other countries have it perfect either, but some of what you're saying is simply hypothesization, fear mongering and baiting.