Yeah I always say that if I need to have some kind of accident/incident (and of course I hope that never happens but you know how it is) I prefer it to be in DLP because I'll at least get competent healthcare.
Point in case, I had an accident last April in a Belgian train station (one of the heavy sliding doors closed just in front of me, causing me to walk straight into it), i spent nearly 5 hours waiting to see a doctor in the ER, received completely incompetent care which has left me with damage to my left eye from the impact.
If they had properly done their job they could have treated it, but no.
So yes, you're safe in DLP in case something does happen. Hopefully it won't, but at least you can rest assured that when it does, you'll get proper healthcare.