If you don't think a measure of Emergency medicine is enough to say healthcare in Red states suck, check out this map of the bottom third of states for Hospital Quality.
These rankings were determined from analyses of survival rates and positive outcomes of common medical interventions. The states that performed the most poorly across a broad range of medical procedures were Arizona, Alabama, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Mississippi. For example, for patients receiving a percutaneous coronary intervention like angioplasty, stents or atherectomy they are 1.5 times more likely to die under the knife in Mississippi compared to New York.
Source: HealthGrades, Hospital Quality in America Study Sixth Annual Report 2003.