If you have chronic condition that can threaten your life or cause you to be unresponsive - it is your job to educate those around you how to respond.
Every year I go over what to do if I'm exposed to peanuts with my teammates. They and the office have my sister's information. She happens to work for the same hospital I would go to from school but different campus. If she and her husband wanted to have this handled a different way - they should have made sure her friends on campus knew what to do.
Even when you have insurance, getting them to pay is hard. We had to have an ambulance take mom to the hospital at the end of her illness. The insurance said that she had to pay because she could have been transported by private car. Except NO WAY. She was in massive pain and suffering from dementia, she thought we were trying to kill her and fighting us tooth and nail. She obeyed the EMT's and they were able to lift her up and put her on a gurney. Thankfully sis's job means she knows the rules and regs - the insurance paid up as soon as they made the connection with Sis's job.
I've been yelled at for not calling an ambulance for myself a few times.
1. My then favorite chocolate bar changed recipies and started using peanut products. I was driving home when I bit into the bar. Turned right instead of left and went to the ER a block away.
2. 2 different times I had been out and about. I'm driving along and realized I have really started to feel bad and my mouth tastes like I'm chewing on aluminum. I touched something with peanut traces. Again pulled off the HW into a near by ER. One doc really was mad I pointed out the nearest safe place to pull over stop and call for help had been the ER's parking lot. (literally got off freeway and pulled into their lot). This is Houston lots of hospitals along most major Highways, and docs in the box, private ER only places, and urgent care centers every couple of strip centers.
3. a couple of other times taken by friends or family directly from the restaurant that lied. It was quicker than trying to call for help - and in at least 2 occasions the restaurant ordered us off the property after the "If you make us pay for a meal we can't eat (literally 1 bite taken on my part and the LIED), you are paying for the ER bill" argument.
Dad's business once had a 2 women walk in. One of them handed the receptionist a card and laid down on the carpet. The card said she was about to have a seizure and not to call for help. She had the seizure, with her friend assuring everyone everything was ok. The seizure over they asked for some water and left. Honestly Dad's boss thought it was some type of scam and they were going to be hit up with a lawsuit. (Can't blame him everyone and their dog was going after people in similar businesses). What was really weird is it was hard to get into the business (basically at Southwest freeway and 59) The feeder road stopped north of them and restarted near them. To exit off the freeway you would have to loop around. To come from surface streets you had to know or spot this little hidden road. It's not like beer distributors get walk in business - you have to have a retail licence to buy from them.
Oh another point. If I see something like this I'm going to call 911 and while on the line or having a bystander on the line relaying information - then I'll check for Medical ID bracelets, other info, and start first aid.