Because at the moment the NHS needs more money, and funds to provide healthcare, we think it is not worth using robots for healthcare and the reasons will be listed below. It is similar to if we should Robots in Space but not Space, it is healthcare.
So the question is...
Should we let electronics (in this case robots) provide our healthcare?
We (spirited_insect and succinct_leaves) believe that we shouldn't invest the government's money into robots because the UK's government simply does not have enough money. It is using its budget to fund other things such as building more roads and houses, and not to protect the environment and keep the NHS doing well. However, assigning robots could help because we wouldn't run out of staff (or at least, not robot staff) but they would have to be programmed and able to understand how people feel. It is a very hard task creating a robot that understands how every single person feels because if we had to pay like they do in the USA and a person who didn't have enough money to get healthcare they might not be able to. This is because robots don't feel emotions, so they would not feel any kind of sympathy for them and just say the thing that they are programmed to say. This is why humans can be used as well.
However emotions isn't all that could be a problem. Robot crime could happen because of someone programming it wrong, then that would not be good because it could cause trouble, however, it is unlikely because hello my nmaiiyddd