The main problem, they say, with the nation's healthcare is the 45-million Americans that are without health insurance. They do not know where to turn if they get sick or hurt.
Coordinators of the rally say when people have no health insurance or are underinsured, they end up not getting the care they need or getting it too late, such as ending up in the emergency room.
They say by having equal access to healthcare, the nation would save money on healthcare costs and provide better care to the entire country.
This younger generation of future medical professionals says they are optimistic they can make change before they are practicing doctors.