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SNOMED CT-AU and Australian Medicines Terminology June 2022 Release

Published 27 June 2022

The National Clinical Terminology Service (NCTS) is pleased to announce that the June combined release of SNOMED CT® AU[1] and the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) is now available to registered users from the NCTS website.
The latest Release Note and all release files (RF2 bundle, reference sets) can be downloaded from the ACCESS tab.

Important information

The SNOMED International update is currently being targeted for the August SNOMED CT-AU release. Further information will be provided to licence holders once it has been confirmed.

If you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact us by emailing [email protected]

Document library

This release includes a new version of the following document which now incorporates the AMT Mapping Guidelines:

In accordance NCTS Document Library Release Note v2.30 has been created.

Where can I find technical guides and other resources?

All SNOMED CT AU and AMT documentation, including technical and implementation guides, is freely available for download from the NCTS Document Library without registering or logging in. However, if you are a registered user we recommend that you log in before downloading any material so that we can better target our communications to you, based on the resources that you have downloaded.

Terminology browsers

Shrimp[3] is available online at Search both SNOMED CT AU and AMT content, or browse the hierarchies by selecting the latest version of “SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian Extension” in the drop-down menu.


Development by the NCTS relies on the input and cooperation of the Australian healthcare community. We value your feedback and encourage questions, comments, or suggestions about our products. You can contact us by completing the online support request form, emailing [email protected], or calling 1300 901 001.
Thank you for your continued support.

[1] "SNOMED" and "SNOMED CT" are registered trademarks of the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (IHTSDO).
[2] FHIR is a registered trademark of Health Level Seven International. 
[3] Shrimp was developed by the Australian e-Health Research Centre (AEHRC). 

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