My father, now retired, is an Internist. Because of this, I saw this issue from the other side my entire life.
I've often felt very lonely here pleading for some more reasonable consideration when it comes to doctors and other medical professionals. They're not magic, they're not superhuman, they're simply people, just like us, with expertise in a certain field trying to do a job.
And unlike most jobs, it's oriented toward helping others.
Medical science is, perhaps, one of the most INEXACT. We expect "sciency" results from health care (like engineering), when such precision and predictability is simply unrealistic.
We have become so used to the miracles of modern medicine we have lost sight of just how amazing health care is today compared to what raw nature has in store for us. 100 years ago (maybe a bit more, don't hold me to exact figures on this) T1 diabetes was a death sentence.
Now look at the things we complain about as "unacceptable".