(a) The Commission shall set reasonable conditions upon an inmate's medical release that shall apply through the date upon which the inmate's sentence would have expired. These conditions shall include:
(1) That the released inmate's care be consistent with the care specified in the medical release plan as approved by the Commission;
(2) That the released inmate shall cooperate with and comply with the prescribed medical release plan and with reasonable requirements of medical providers to whom the released inmate is to be referred to continued treatment;
(3) That the released inmate shall be subject to supervision by the Section of Community Corrections of the Division of Adult Correction and shall permit officers from the Division to visit the inmate at reasonable times at the inmate's home or elsewhere;
(4) That the released inmate shall comply with any conditions of release set by the Commission; and
(5) That the Commission shall receive periodic assessments from the inmate's treating physician.
(b) The Commission shall promptly order an inmate returned to the custody of the Division to await a revocation hearing if the Commission receives credible information that an inmate has failed to comply with any reasonable condition set upon the inmate's release. If the Commission subsequently revokes an inmate's medical release for failure to comply with conditions of release, the inmate shall resume serving the balance of the sentence with credit given only for the duration of the inmate's medical release served in compliance with all reasonable conditions set forth pursuant to subsection (a) of this section. Revocation of an inmate's medical release for violating a condition of release shall not preclude an inmate's eligibility for any other form of parole or release provided by law but may be used as a factor in determining eligibility for that parole or release. (2008-2, s. 1; 2011-145, s. 19.1(h), (k).)
Last modified: March 23, 2014