This article examines the feasibility of a free healthcare system in the United States. It discusses the current healthcare system's issues of affordability, lack of quality care, and disparities in access to healthcare. It further examines the potential of free healthcare, including its potential to improve health outcomes and reduce overall healthcare costs. The article also explores the various models of free healthcare, such as single payer, universal health care, and mixed public-private models. Finally, it looks at the challenges that could prevent a free healthcare system from becoming reality.