Dr Kenneth Lim, Gastroenterologist

Dr Kenneth Lim is an experienced gastroenterologist with a special interest in advanced procedural gastroenterology. His focus extends beyond the scope of his speciality to provide patients with care that is individually tailored and holistic in approach. With an academic background in marine biology and aquaculture, he went on to pursue a career in medicine not just for a profession, but as an opportunity to follow his passion for patients, for learning, and for providing an experienced and high standard of care.

Dr Lim underwent training in gastroenterology and hepatology at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, Flinders Medical Centre and Repatriation Hospital. He earned his fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians in 2010 and gained full accreditation in advanced endoscopic procedures following two dedicated years of interventional endoscopy fellowship at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane.  He continued to advance these skills working in Adelaide and Brisbane. Now with his level of experience , he seeks to supervise and train others interested in the subspecialty of interventional endoscopy at a national level, is involved in clinical and academic research to help grow the field of gastroenterology and present in gastroenterology conferences internationally.

Dr Leong Lee, Gastroenterologist

With a particular interest in chronic liver disease and general gastrointestinal disorders, Dr Leong Lee is a valuable addition to the Norwood Gastroenterology team. His professional yet approachable character is centred around his patients and reflects the values that our practice hold. With full accreditation in his procedural skills, along with expert knowledge in hepatology, Dr Lee contributes additional expertise to our wide range of services.

Having graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2007, Dr Lee went on to train in gastroenterology throughout multiple campuses in Adelaide. Moving to the UK in 2017, he completed his senior clinical fellowship at the renowned John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, before returning and being awarded Fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. His international experience has excelled his specialist knowledge in hepatology and inflammatory bowel disease.