My girlfriend and I are planning to visit Thailand during September-October.
We are going to be visiting central urban areas as well as more remote places.
Most areas would be touristic destinations such as Bangkok, Chiang Mai (and Chiang Rai, Pai), Phuket, Krabi, Koh Phangan, Koh Samui, etc.
We're generally young and healthy and will be taking part in various kinds of activities (nothing super risky or out of the ordinary), but are particularly worried about life-threatening allergies. We don't have any diagnosed ones but my girlfriend has had a mild allergic reaction to Thai food once before.
We were wondering about what would be the best way to receive quality medical care during an emergency which may or may not happen. Things like: life threatening allergic attacks, venomous animal stings, and/or various other injuries.
We have insurance so cost is not an issue, and the priority is speedy and high quality medical care.
What would be the best way to act in case such an emergency happens, with regards to getting to a hospital, i.e. call an ambulance? hail a taxi/tuktuk or some other means of public transportation?
Where could we find a list of high quality hospitals in each area? As far as I understand the quality can vary greatly between areas and/or private/public hospitals.