I've been to North Korea and observed its medical system and routinely go to improve its healthcare. AMA!
I'm a medical student that had the amazing privilege of going to North Korea last year with a group of medical students and surgeons. We were in Pyongyang for a week as well as in Wonsan for two days. I am part of a NGO that serves to improve the healthcare of North Korea. We made history by establishing the first international conference between North Korean medical students and internationals in North Korea. We spent a bulk of the time interacting with medical students from Pyongyang Medical College as well as in the hospitals in Pyongyang and Wonsan. I've also written an 80-pg senior thesis on the history and theology of the North Korean Church, so if you have any questions on that, head over to r/Christianity! I would be happy to answer any questions regarding DPRK healthcare and its relationship with Christianity in the past and currently. I took over 4,000 pictures, but selected about 150 and is posted below. I apologize in advance for the photo dump and the time it may rob you of.
I just returned from the frontlines of the war in Ukraine, being in a city in no man's land between the Ukrainian army and Russian separatists. My brother and I were there to provide medical care and distribute foods and products. Our city was shelled quite often in our duration there. I've also been to around 20 countries and have seen many different hospitals systems like Russia, Cambodia, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Ukraine. I've also been at the bloody Kyrgyzstan Revolution in 2010 that claimed about a 100 lives. If you have any questions regarding those too...