Yes, it is possible - there are a number of ways to do this.
You can install the program "csshx" from HomeBrew which is specifically designed for this purpose. First you'll need to have HomeBrew installed, and then run this command to install csshx:
brew install csshx
Then you can run csshx like this:
csshX server1 server2 server3
where serverX should be replaced with the actual hostnames of your servers.
That will display three graphical macOS windows with the output from each of the servers, and a fourth window with a red background, where you enter your commands. These commands are then sent to all three servers.
A different approach is to use "tmux". It is a common application for Terminal usage that have many advantages, and one of them is that it allows parallel execution. In general it allows for having multiple shell sessions within one Terminal tab - for example you can have three shells with connections to different servers each in their own pane, but all in the same macOS window/tab.
Again you'll need to have HomeBrew installed, and then run this command to install:
brew install tmux
You can then run
tmux to start the program. Open a pane for each you want to connect to, and ssh into them as you would normally do. When you're ready to execute commands on all servers at once, press Ctrl-B and then:
Now everything you write will be written to all the panes.
You need to press Ctrl-B and run:
:setw synchronize-panes off
to disable the feature again.