June 14, 2018

Medical Professionals in Manila: Dr. Michael Lim

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  • As an expat, there are basic necessities that you need to know to have a comfortable stay in the Philippines. Apart from food, transportation means, and emergency hotlines, it is important to be aware of health services around the metro. This includes finding a physician who can help you about your health conditions as you live in the Philippines.

    Get to know Dr. Michael Lim in this medical feature.

    Michael Nelson P. Lim, MD
    Orthopedic Surgery

    Dr. Lim is an orthopedic surgeon by profession with a specialization in spine and trauma surgery.  He graduated with a BS degree in Psychology at Ateneo de Naga University in Bicol; took both his medicine proper and residency training at the University of the East- Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center in Quezon City; had his residency training at the Philippine Orthopedic Center in Quezon City; and acquired his fellowship at Gangnam Severance Hospital in Seoul, South Korea.

    He chose to venture the medical field as response to his calling of helping who are in need and has been in the field for nine years now. He starts his day by holding his clinic hours for about two to three hours every day, and schedules surgeries as needed. Although he gradually comes face-to-face with difficult patients, this does not stop him from being of service to them.

    His advice for those who would want to venture the medical field is “Don’t quit easily; hardships may come, but as long as you give your heart to what you do, things will turn out perfectly and be rewarding after.”

    As an orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Lim offers examination and treatment of cases under trauma and/or degenerative problems.

    Make an appointment:

    St. Clare’s  Medical Center
    Room 206, Dian St., Palanan Makati City
    Monday: 1 pm to 3 pm; Thursday: 1 pm to 3 pm

    Taytay Doctors Multispecialty Hospital
    Taytay, Rizal
    Tuesday and Friday


    This first appeared on Philippine Primer English Magazine’s July 2018 issue.

               
               
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