Who is responsible for payment if an ambulance is called by my employer during work hours?

Question Details: Several weeks ago suffered a brief hypoglycemic episode that was quickly rectified by immediate food intake. However my employer chose to request paramedics as a precaution. Treatment was declined as it was unnecessary/unneded by the time of their arrival, however I have still been billed for the ambulance visit. As this occurred in the workplace, would I personally be responsible for payment of a service that I did not request or require?

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