Dr. Audrey Lim is an Associate Professor at McMaster University. She completed her MD at McMaster University, followed by a residency in Pediatrics at McMaster University. Dr Lim received Fellowship training in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at the Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto and at the BC Children's Hospital, University of British Columbia. Dr Lim also holds a Masters of Community Health Sciences from the University of Calgary.
Dr. Lim joined the Division of General Pediatrics at McMaster Children's Hospital in 2007. Clinically, Dr. Lim is a Consultant Pediatrician, providing service on the CTUs and runs an outpatient consultant practice. Her interests are in care of the chronic complex, technology-dependent children, education and clinical research.
In the fall of 2015, Dr. Lim and the McMaster team implemented a Complex Care Clinic at Niagara's Children's Centre - the first integrated tertiary-community complex care clinic in the region. This new clinic delivers care closer to home and minimizes the burden of travel for children and their families. This monthly clinic provides comprehensive, coordinated, family-centred care to children with medical complexity and technology dependency who are currently followed at McMaster Children's Hospital. (Visit McMaster Children's Hospital's website for more details about the Complex Care Clinic).