Communism was well known for providing top notch healthcare to all citizens, something that the west is incapable of.Yes and no, I think. Just two anecdotes:
Back in the 1970s a friend wanted soft contact lenses - still something of a novelty at the time. Her rabidly anti-communist father said he would pay for them if she wrote him an essay explaining why they weren't available in the USSR. Her diligent research revealed that they were invented in Czechoslovakia and were generally provided free of charge behind the Iron Curtain.
By sheer coincidence my son suffered acute appendicitis in the UK at the same time as a classmate who was visiting Russia. His diagnosis and treatment were delayed and disorganised and days later he ended up with a scar that looks like a shark bite, having missed death by a few hours. She was hospitalised in an hour, diagnosed and in surgery with no delay, and returned home with two tiny incisions from very neat keyhole surgery. But her mum (who happened to be leading the school party) said that the food was awful and the nurses unpleasant.