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Dr. Lim Tian Jin

Senior Consultant Anaesthesiologist


  • Critical Care
  • Neuro Anaesthesia 
  • Obstetric and Gynaecologic Anaesthesia including Labour Epidural
  • Airway management
  • Regional anaesthesia 

Medical Conditions Treated:

  • Anesthesia for surgical procedures including the administration of general anesthesia, regional anesthesia, or epidurals to patients undergoing surgery
  • Management of critically ill patients involving life support measures, such as mechanical ventilation or medications
  • Pain management involving pain relief for patients undergoing surgery or those with chronic pain conditions
  • Management of obstetric and gynecologic conditions: obstetric and gynecologic anesthesia involving managing pain during childbirth or providing anesthesia for gynecologic procedures, such as hysterectomies
  • Management of neurologic conditions like neuroanaesthesia – managing the anesthesia for patients undergoing brain or spinal surgeries or providing pain relief for patients with neurologic conditions




MBBS, MMed (Anaesthesia) Singapore, FANZCA

Professional Profile:

Dr. Lim is an experienced anesthesiologist with a specialisation in Chronic Programme (Live Better) and FAST Programme (Get Better), and a keen interest in surgical intensive care, critical care, neuroanaesthesia, obstetric and gynecologic anesthesia, airway management, and regional anesthesia. Dr. Lim has served as a senior consultant in the Department of Anesthesia and the Director of the Surgical Intensive Care Unit at NUH.

Dr. Lim’s expertise in neuroanaesthesia requires a high level of skill and experience to provide safe and effective anesthesia for patients undergoing brain and spine surgeries. He also has extensive experience in obstetric and gynecologic anesthesia, including labor epidural, which requires a high level of skill and expertise to ensure the safety of the mother and baby during childbirth.

Dr. Lim’s skills in airway management and regional anesthesia are also notable, as they play a critical role in ensuring the safety and comfort of patients undergoing surgery.