Dr Lim Chee Chian

36 years of experience



Consultation Fee

$200 and above


MBBS (Singapore), MRCP (UK), FRCP (Edin), FAMS (Gastroenterology)

What I do

 Dr Lim Chee Chian provides clinical services, such as:
- Gastroscopy
- Laparoscopic Surgery
- Liver Disease Treatment
- Gastritis Treatment
See more [ + ]- Piles Treatment (Non-Surgical)
- Colonoscopy
- Constipation Treatment
- Vomit blood

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Clinic Locations

Gut, Liver and Medical Clinic
Gleneagles Medical Centre #06-02
6 Napier Road, S 258499

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Professional Statement

Dr Lim Chee Chian is a Gastroenterologist practicing at Gleneagles Hospital, Singapore. He graduated from the National University of Singapore and receive his MBBS in 1986. He completed his post-graduate clinical training in Interventional Endoscopy and Endoscopic Laser Therapy at the National Medical Laser Centre/Middlesex Hospital in London in the United Kingdom from 1995-1996.

Dr Lim Chee Chian was the Head of Gastroenterology Unit, The Department of General Medicine in Tan Tock Seng Hospital from 1999 to 2004. He was also a Supervisor for Advanced Specialty Training in Gastroenterology Clinical Senior Lecturer at the National University of Singapore. In addition, ... See more [ + ]he was also an Honorary Treasurer, Vice President at the Gastroenterological Society of Singapore before he finally he became the President of Gastroenterological Society of Singapore from 2001-2003.

Dr Lim Chee Chian was a member of several associations & societies such as Gastroenterological Society of Singapore, Specialist Training Committee for Gastroenterology, Ministry of Health.

Dr Lim Chee Chian is multilingual and speaks English, Mandarin, Hokkien, Teochew, Cantonese. He is accredited in several hospitals, such as Gleneagles Hospital, Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital, and Parkway East Hospital.

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Languages Spoken


National University of Singapore, 1986
See more [ + ] Member, Royal College of Physicians, UK since 1991
Fellow, Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh since 2001

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Awards and Publications

EXSA Silver 2005
EXSA Gold 2006
EXSA Star 2007 Publications:
Dr Lim Chee Chian has publications in local and international journals and books.  

Professional Positions and Memberships

Head, Gastroenterology Unit, Department of General Medicine TTSH, 1999-2004
Head, Department of Gastroenterology,  TTSH, 2004 - 2007
Member, Medical Board, TTSH, Jan 2000 – Dec 2001
See more [ + ] Former Supervisor, Advanced Specialty Training in Gastroenterology
Clinical Senior Lecturer, National University of Singapore (NUS) 2004-8
Member, Singapore Medical Association
Fellow, Academy of Medicine, Singapore since 1995
Member, Gastroenterological Society of Singapore since 1991
President, Gastroenterological Society of Singapore 2004
Vice President, Gastroenterological Society of Singapore 2001 – 2003
Honorary Treasurer, Gastroenterological Society of Singapore 1999 - 2001
Vice-President, Chapter of Gastroenterologists, College of Physicians, Academy of Medicine, Singapore 2004-2007
Member, Specialist Training Committee for Gastroenterology, Ministry of Health 2000 - 2008
Member, Specialist Workgroup, Clinical Classification Committee, Ministry of Health 2001 – 2003
Member, Clinical Practice Guidelines on Management of Helicobacter Pylori Infection (Review) – 2003
Member, National Medical Research Council Peer Review Subcommittee – 2004-2007
Medical Advisory Panel (Singapore International Foundation) 2000 - 2002
Head, Medical Division – National Emergency Planning Exercise, TTSH 22-23 February 2001
Reviewer, NMRC and NHG Grant Proposal 2001

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Accredited Hospitals

Gleneagles Hospital
Mount Elizabeth Hospital
Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital
See more [ + ]Parkway East Hospital
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Insurances Accepted

Health Articles by Dr Lim Chee Chian

PENTASA Granules for Ulcerative Colitis: A Clinical Paper Review

Besides maintaining remission, the use of aminosalicylates is the current standard of care for inducing...