Oh boy. You touched on a sore subject here. Just this morning my daughter and I were complaining about the "P.C. granola lovers of Seattle vs the rural area in which we live (don't want to mention the town). It's not that we "love" the rural area we're in--we're city girls. It's just that we happen to live here for certain convenient reasons.
What you don't get is that rural people, who have land but not much house, and who have farms, cattle, goats, horses, are stuck paying taxes the same as the way more congested city dwellers pay, and we don't get the benefits, i.e., no cute restaurants or interesting cultural stuff out here. All the wineries, breweries, boutique shops, fancy food, .....all that fun stuff--nada. It's not the healthcare rural people complain about. It's the richer schools, and the yuppie stuff we don't get but have to pay for that we complain about. It's the wider roads, bike lanes, bridges, and "big bertha" that we complain about.
Don't wish for less hospitals--wish for Universal Health Care! For All!
Oh, and btw....I definitely didn't vote for TRUMP!!! Voted for Jill Stein.