Yes, and they are compensated for treating the uninsured by passing those costs onto those with the ability to pay.And the right to be compensated for the goods and services you provide. Glad you agree.
Well see that is the problem, the law disagrees with you there. The law states that if I am dropped in front of you bleeding to death, I have a right to your assistance if you have the ability to give it, and if you ignore that right, you can and will be prosecuted. Once again, that pesky thing called "reality" comes up. You know, if actually embraced just a small amount of pragmatism, reality would not be such a problem for you.These are not rights, these are privileges, granted by law.
Rights are self-actuated actions you can take do not impose on the rights of others. As such, you do NOT have the right to expect others to provide you with the means to exercise your rights, such as health care providers to present goods/services w/o compensation.