My son fell at the children's museum and needed stitches. Because he hit his head, the museum really pushed to have him go via ambulance -- at their expense. We had a firetruck, ambulance, and police car as well as the kiddie train he fell on closed. Talk about drama.
The triage nurse asked me if he was current on vaccinations. I told her we didn't vaccinate because we have religious objections. I've been to this network of hospitals before, so I know they simply write religious objections as the reason.
I braced myself for more of a showdown with the ER physician because tetanus being a possible concern. A physician assistant/nurse practitioner? came in to do the stitches. First question, asked rather challengingly, was "is he current on his vaccinations." I responded, "we have religious objections to vaccinations, so no." She stopped and said, "oh." Then she looked like she was gathering her thoughts and said nicely, "tetanus is a possible risk, but I'm sure you know that." End of discussion.
BTW, my son is fine. The stories he tells of the firetruck taking him to the hospital are kind of funny, though.