Dr Lim Kheng Sit (Jay) is a urologist at Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital, Singapore.
He specialises in kidney stone diseases, including acute renal colic, horseshoe kidneys, pregnant-related, stone-related, and single kidney patients. He is also trained in the full spectrum approach for large and small renal stones, including endoscopic, laparoscopic and ultrasound-based supine percutaneous techniques for large stones.
He was a consultant endourologist at Singapore General Hospital and a former director of the Urology Cancer Registry.
Dr Lim obtained his Bachelor of Computing from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and completed his graduate medical degree from the University of Sydney, Australia. He completed his urology surgical training and was interested in stone-related research, prevention and surgery. He completed his fellowship training in robotic surgery at Macquarie University Hospital, Australia.
He was the earliest doctor to be appointed principal medical investigator by the Artificial Intelligence Singapore (AISG) for his grant in natural language processing and has since won multiple grants from AISG and the Ministry of Health. He is the earliest doctor to hold two artificial intelligence Singapore grants.
As a principal investigator/co-investigator, he held 13 research grants from 2016 to 2022 and has published internationally. He was awarded the Singapore-MIT innovation fellowship and is involved in the medical device innovation scene and holds a patent for his work.
He was a clinical assistant professor at NUS’ Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, clinical instructor at Duke-NUS Medical School and clinical teacher at Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine.
He is a recipient of the Singapore Health Quality Service Award and a certificate of appreciation for setting up a community care facility during COVID.