OMeGA provides orthopaedic graduate medical education grants with a conflict-of-interest–free process that will stand up to the toughest scrutiny. Grants facilitate ongoing discussions, increased access to knowledge and advanced training, and continue the orthopaedic sub-specialty training needed to maintain and improve patient care.

Donors are acknowledged on the OMeGA website with other donors in each category as a group; OMeGA does not assign a specific grant to a specific donor.  Donors are recognized in orthopaedic communications like AAOS Now, AOA Community of Leaders and subspecialty newsletters and also invited to select meetings with leaders in the academic orthopaedic community.

Recipient programs may also acknowledge OMeGA and donors in their academic/hospital communications following specific OMeGA guidelines.