A right is not a guarantee that the government (i.e., other people) will provide you something for free. We have the right to engage in religious expression, but that doesn't mean that the government pays for the construction of the church. We have the right to peacefully assemble, but the government doesn't promise to supply your transportation. You have the right to keep and bear arms, but don't expect the government to provide you with a free firearm and bullets. You have the right to free speech, but the government won't grant you free radio or TV air time.Even if there were a "right" to health care, it just means one cannot be refused health care provided on pays for it. Still, I don't think a doctor should be required, for example, to accept medicaid patients if the doctor does not want the collection hassle. Nor should a female doctor be forced to accept male patients if she prefers to specialize in females. Nor should nay doctor be force to accept me as a patient if they are already too busy ir if they just don't like me. See, there should not be any "right" to health care, especially if the right to health care runs smack dab up against a doctor's right to refuse a patient.
As an aside, all too many doctors have frittered away their rights to refuse to treat particular patients by becoming hospital employees. Now they have employers with all the rights of employers.