JL Eye Specialists is an ophthalmology clinic in Singapore that specialises in general ophthalmology, cornea, refractive (LASIK), and cataract surgery.

To cover the expenses that you may incur, we accept several corporate and international insurance policies.

If you have any of the insurance plans below, please let us know when you schedule an appointment with us. For more questions, feel free to contact us at +65 6258 8966.

Corporate Insurance

  • Alliance Healthcare
  • AIA, AXA, Alliance Medinet, AVIVA, Great Eastern, NTUC Income, Prudential, Tokio Marine, QBE
  • Adept
  • AXA, Great Eastern, NTUC Income, Tokio Marine
  • Fullerton Healthcare
  • MHC
  • AIA, AVIVA, MHC Medical Network, NTUC Income
  • iXchange
  • Cigna, Parkway Shenton, Henner, AIA
  • FWD Singapore
  • Integrated Health Plans (IHP)
  • International SOS

Integrated Shield Plan

  • AIA Healthshield Gold Max
  • Aviva MyShield
  • AXA Shield Panel
  • Great Eastern Supreme Health
  • NTUC Income Shield

Medisave (for local patients)

We understand that each patient comes with their unique concerns. We customize our approach to ensure that we provide each patient with the appropriate treatment to address their needs.

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Our Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday
9:00am to 5:00pm

9:00am to 12:30pm

Closed Sundays and Public Holidays


Getting to JL Eye Specialists

By Car:
24-hour underground parking available

Orchard MRT (15 minutes walk)

By Bus:
Bus stop ID 13019 (Singapore Botanic Gardens)
Bus services: 7, 75, 77, 105, 106, 123, 174, 174E

By Shuttle Bus Service:
Complimentary shuttle bus services are available for patients of Gleneagles Hospital and Gleneagles Medical Centre.

Shuttle Bus Service operating hours:
Mon – Fri: 8:40am to 5:00pm
Sat: 8:40am – 1:30pm

(The shuttle service is not available on Sundays and Public Holidays)

Please see shuttle timetable here.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Dr Jimmy Lim is an eye specialist trained in diagnosing and managing eye diseases. He has specialised training in cataract, cornea and refractive surgeries. As well as, dry eye diseases and ocular surface diseases.
The clinic is at Gleneagles Medical Centre #6 Napier Road #07-10, Singapore 258499.
The clinic’s opening hours are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm from Mondays to Fridays. On Saturdays, the clinic is open between 9:00 am and 12:30 pm, while it’s closed on Sundays.
Yes, the clinic is open on Saturdays between 9:00 am and 12:30 pm but is closed on Sundays.
For first-time patients, bringing along your past eye assessment results and other medical records will be helpful. You will also need to bring along your prescription eyeglasses.
The consultation and assessment fees will depend on the type of tests the doctor performs. They are related to your eye conditions and its severity. They are necessary for the doctor to make an accurate diagnosis and provide appropriate management.
The clinic is under multiple insurance panels, and you may refer to our website for more information. Our team will assist with admissions and insurance claims to provide a hassle-free process for the convenience of our patients.
The expenses covered by your health insurance will depend on the tests performed. The cost and coverage may vary from one insurance provider to another. Therefore, it’s essential to contact your insurance provider for more information.
Yes, we cater to international patients. We can recommend an approximate length of stay and estimated medical costs. We will also assist you in planning for in-patient hospital admission and registration processes.
The most popular refractive surgery is the laser procedure called Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis surgery (LASIK). The doctor will use a femtosecond laser to create a corneal flap and then shape the corneal tissue with an excimer laser. As a result, vision will improve, and you may no longer use your eyeglasses or contact lenses. Sometimes, the vision may improve to the point where you will use thinner spectacles. Another surgical procedure is advanced surface ablation (ASA), which comes in the form of PhotoRefractive Keratectomy (PRK). The procedure involves removing the epithelial layer of the cornea and shaping the corneal tissue with an excimer laser.
Yes, you will be required to stop contact lens use 1 week before the consultation and bring records of previous eye examinations and the spectacles you’re currently using.
Yes, cataract surgery is covered by Medisave and other health insurance providers.


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