Form the OECD via the Wall Street Journal:
The US is a year and a half below the OECD average. Given how much we spend per-capita on health care, this is surprising, but when you thing about our private system on top of an ever increasing unequal distribution of income, perhaps not. Plus, we are fat and eat a lot of bad food.
Anyway, the really shocking aspect of this is the abysmal situation in South Africa - 13 years below even India.