When I was at work (Borders in December 2007), I slipped/tripped over a display, flew into the open aisle where people could move in and out of the cashier bay, and was stunned. It took a few minutes but I was able to say that I wanted a family member called instead of an ambulance. It turns out that I broke the tip of my tibia and had to walk around in a removal cast boot. I'm still glad that my supervisor decided to not call 911 because I didn't hit my head or anything.
Now, fast forward to August of 2012. I was working on taking things down to the basement and the stairs to the basement were coming out of the wall. I didn't notice it, save for feeling that the top stair was sinking. So, I step down on the first step and boom - I fall with the stairs. 911 was called and I was checked out by the paramedics. I refused to go to the ER because I knew I didn't lose consciousness. Also, at the time, I felt fine. It turns out that I sprained my shoulder pretty badly but otherwise was fine. We did not get billed but, if we had been, we would have paid for it.
The third story comes from this year when my grandma had a stroke and I called 911. It was the absolute right thing to do and I'd do it again. We did get something in the mail because they couldn't get her insurance info. We promptly filled it out and sent it right back. Whatever bill we get, we will be paying it.
Bottom line - the husband was out of line and the wife needed 911 called for a reason. We can assign everything we want to try to put the husband in a better light, but I don't think he deserves it. What if his wife had died because of a complication of the seizure due to 911 not being called? I'm pretty sure he'd be suing the university what quick.
ETA: I have stroke on the brain. Apologies.