Susan Lim granted voluntary erasure from UK register

Dr Susan Lim had applied for voluntary erasure in Singapore and the application was approved by the Singapore Medical Council in August 2016.
Dr Susan Lim had applied for voluntary erasure in Singapore and the application was approved by the Singapore Medical Council in August 2016.ST FILE PHOTO

Tribunal does not impose sanction on S'pore surgeon, noting she has never practised in UK

A medical tribunal in London has agreed to allow the voluntary erasure from the UK Medical Register of prominent Singapore surgeon Susan Lim, who was suspended for three years from practising.

This was after she was found guilty of overcharging the sister of the Queen of Brunei, who died of cancer in 2007. The bill she had charged was $24 million.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on April 21, 2019, with the headline 'Susan Lim granted voluntary erasure from UK register'. Print Edition | Subscribe