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Dr Lim Lim Woon Ching Sarah

Dr Lim Lim Woon Ching Sarah

​MBBS (Singapore), M Med (Family Medicine)

Associate Consultant

Deputy Clinic Director

Clinical Appointments

  • Deputy Director (Clinical) SingHealth PolyclinicsSingHealth Polyclinics
  • Associate Consultant SingHealth PolyclinicsSingHealth Polyclinics
  • Family Physician SingHealth PolyclinicsSingHealth Polyclinics

Academic Appointments

  • Clinical tutor,SingHealth Family Medicine Residency Program, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine and Duke-NUS

Profile

​Dr Lim Woon Ching Sarah is an Associate Consultant with Singhealth Polyclinics. Besides being a family physician, she is the Deputy Clinic Director of Marine Parade Polyclinic and a clinical tutor for the Singhealth Family Medicine residency, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine and Duke NUS. She completed her undergraduate medical degree at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore (NUS), in 2011. She underwent post-graduate training in Family Medicine under the SingHealth Family Medicine Residency Programme and graduated with a Masters of Medicine in Family Medicine from NUS in 2015.

Education

​• MMED Family Medicine (Singapore) (2015)
• MBBS National University of Singapore (2011) 

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

Awards

​• SHP Long Service Award (2021)
• Singapore Health Quality Service Award (2020)
• Residency in Singhealth Excels Quality Improvement Project Award (2015)

Research Interests

Publications and Research Trials

 

• A cohort survey of the effect of an educational intervention on human papillomavirus vaccine-related knowledge and attitudes among pre-university female students in Singapore. Sarah Woon Ching Lim, Alicia Ying Ying Boo, Wee Chuan Tan, Eunice Su-Yin Png, Hang Keong Lee, Zi Ying Chang, Serene Xue Jia Wee, Brindha Balakrishnan, Kuan Siew Choong, Ian Kwong Yun Phoon. Proceedings of Singapore Healthcare. 2017; 26 (1)
• Assessing the knowledge, attitude and practice of osteoporosis among Singaporean women aged 65 years and above at two Singhealth polyclinics. Dypti Lulla, Chiang Wen Teo, Xiaoyou Shen, Zhi Bing Julian Loi, Khai Wen Quek, Hosanna Liha Anak Lis, Sheila Anthony Koh, Eric Tao Chan, Sarah Woon Ching Lim, Lian Leng Low. Singapore Med J 2021; 62 (4): 190-194

• Increasing the completion rate of the advanced directives in primary care setting – a randomized controlled trial. Cunzhi Xu, Jade Chee, Emily Pui-Yan Lee, Han Wei Lim, Sarah Woon Ching Lim, Lian Leng Low. BMC Family Practice 22, article number: 115 (2021)

Research Trials

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