In a rural corner of Virginia, thousands of people without health insurance line up
for days to receive free healthcare provided by an army of volunteer doctors and nurses.
The health care is supplied by a worthy group, the Remote Area Medical  Volunteer Corps. Their founder — none other than Stan Brock, once a star of the nostalgia favorite “Wild Kingdom” — said in another video clip  I ran across that he got the idea from his days in the Amazon; after a serious injury, he was told he was 29 days on foot away from the nearest health care. (Brock is careful in that interview to characterize health care as a “privilege.”)
The Amazon jungle — a reasonable model for those without health insurance in America.