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Dr Valencia Lim

  • Consultant, Division of Respiratory & Critical Care Medicine, Department of Medicine, National University Hospital
Respiratory Medicine


Dr Valencia Lim is currently a Consultant with the Divsion of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. She graduated from NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine in 2014 and subsequently completed her internal medicine training in 2017 and her specialist training in 2020.  She has a speical interest in interstitial lung disease. Apart from clinical work, she also has a keen interest in education and is actively involved in the education of undergraduates and mentoring houseofficers.


  • ​2017: Best tutor BDS 3rd Year Medicine Teaching Programme

Journals & Publications

  1. Lim Valencia, Cove Matthew Edwards (2019) ‘Chapter 48 – Extracorporeal Carbon Dioxide Removal.’ Evidence based review of Core topics in Critical Care 2019 (pp. 345-350) Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd. 
  2. Lee K.G, Lim V., Kuntjoro I., Tay L. E, Yeo T.C., Poh K.K. (2013) “Clinical and 
    echocardiographic predictors of deterioration in left ventricular ejection fraction in 
    patient with low -flow significant aortic stenosis.” Circulation 128:A16875
  3. Lee K.G, Lim V., Kuntjoro I., Tay L. E, Yeo T.C., Poh K.K. (2013) “Predictors of 
    progression of aortic stenosis in medically treated patients with low-flow significant 
    aortic stenosis” Circulation 128:A17534
  4. Akram F., Huang Y., Lim V., Huggan P.J., Merchant R.A. (2014) “Proton pump 
    inhibitors: Are we still prescribing them without valid indications?” Australas Med J; 
    7(11): 465-470. 
  5. Akram F., Huggan P.J.,Lim V., Huang Y., P.J, Siddiqui F.J., Assam P.N.,Merchant R.A (2015) “Medication discrepancies and associated risks fctors identified ong elderly patients discharged from a tertiary hospital in Singapore.” Singapore Med J; 56(7): 79-384 
  6. Huggan P.J., Akram F., Lim S.J.C., Lee W., Lim V., Huang Y., Merchant R.A. (2015) “Measures of acute physiology, comorbidity and functional status to differentiate illness severity and length of stay among acute general medical admissions: a prospective cohort study.” Intern Med J, 45: 732–740 


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