Dr. Lim Lay Cheng is a consultant haematologist currently in private practice at Gleneagles Medical Centre. She provides specialist care to patients with common and rare blood disorders, including deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, blood cancers, and pregnancy-related blood disorders. Her services include the administration of chemotherapy and monoclonal antibody infusions, venesection, and intravenous iron replacement.
Dr. Lim is a former senior consultant haematologist at Singapore General Hospital and an adjunct assistant professor at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School.
She completed her MBBS at the National University of Singapore and training in haematology and palliative medicine at Singapore General Hospital. She then went to the United States for her fellowship training at the University of Utah and was subsequently conferred Doctor of Medicine for her work on acute leukaemia.
Aside from her private practice, Dr. Lim is also an avid researcher. She has published in numerous regional and international peer-reviewed journals on topics that include blood cancers, coagulation, and thrombosis.
Blood Specialist Clinic is conveniently located at Gleneagles Medical Centre in Singapore. It provides specialist care for the diagnosis, treatment, and management of haematological conditions, including but not limited to thalassemia, blood cancers, and myeloproliferative, bleeding, and clotting disorders. Its services include specialised investigations, bone marrow examinations, chemotherapy, and anticoagulation therapy. The clinic is helmed by Dr. Lim Lay Cheng, a consultant haematologist with over 30 years of practice experience. She is a former senior consultant at Singapore General Hospital’s department of haematology and an adjunct assistant professor at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School. She completed her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) at the National University of Singapore, training at Singapore General Hospital, and postgraduate medical fellowship training at the University of Utah in the United States. She was accredited as a haematology specialist in 1997 and palliative medicine specialist in 2011.