Dr Lim Kian Peng

  • Gastroenterology


English, Mandarin Chinese, Bahasa Melayu, Bahasa Indonesia, Hokkien Dialect, Teochew Dialect


MBBS 1974, Master of Medicine (Internal Medicine) 1977 (Singapore), FRACP 1981, FAMS 1981, FACG 1984


Dr Lim Kian Peng is a Consultant Gastroenterologist at the Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre. He was previously a Senior Lecturer (Department of Medicine) at the National University of Singapore, a Consultant Physician at the Singapore General Hospital and a Visiting Consultant to the Ministry of Health.

He received his MBBS (1974) and Master of Medicine (Internal Medicine)(1977) from the University of Singapore. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (1981), the Academy of Medicine, Singapore (1981) and the American College of Gastroenterology (1984). Dr Lim has been in private practice since 1983.

Dr Lim has been appointed as a Medical Expert in the Subordinate Court’s Medication Panel, Primary Dispute Resolution Centre, since 2003 and is a Mentor for medical students at the Faculty of Medicine, National University of Singapore since 2005. In addition, he is the Assessor for On-Site Assessment of Technical Skills for Gastroenterology advanced specialist trainees and a Medical Consultant/Advisor to St Luke’s Hospital, Ling Kwang Home for the Aged, Overseas Medical Fellowship, Youth for Christ, World Vision, Singapore Bible College and Trinity Bible College.

He is also the Founding Member of the Asia-Pacific Association for study of Liver since 1978, a Member of the International Association for the study of Liver since 1980 and formerly an Honorary Secretary of the Gastroenterology Society of Singapore.

He has written publications on diagnostic and therapeutic G.I endoscopy, HSA-Ag status in peptic ulcer diseases, hepatoma and hepatitis and fulminant hepatic failure.