Mountainview Hospital executives and registered nurses organized by the National Nurses United have reached a contract agreement, the union said. The contract is the first between Mountainview, an Hca-owned hospital in Las Vegas, and the union, which won an election at 235-bed Mountainview nearly two years ago. The National Nurses Union is also in firstcontract negotiations with 16 HCA hospitals in Florida, Missouri and Texas. The National Nurses Union and HCA, Nashville, reached an organizing agreement last year that allowed organizers access to workers in some states in exchange for a pledge to leave some HCA hospitals alone. Mountainview nurse pay increases will range from 9% to 19% during the contract, the union said in a news release. Mountainview also agreed to no mandatory overtime and to review staffing under a newly created committee and hire additional nurses, according to the release.