Previously, Castledine worked as the site Administrator for the St. Luke’s Nampa Medical Center. After three years of development, Castledine and his team opened the community-based acute care hospital in October 2018. He oversaw the operations of the new $114 million dollar facility and the on boarding of more than 500 staff and approximately 500 medical staff. The hospital operations included three floors, 87 inpatient rooms, surgery, Cath lab, intensive care unit, emergency department, newborn intensive care unit and numerous outpatient services. Prior to this position, he was the Administrator for the Ortho/Neuro and Rehab service lines at St. Luke’s Health System for more than 6 years.
Ed Castledine graduated from Nampa High School in 1987. He attended Mount Vernon Nazarene University in Ohio and earned a degree in sports management. During college, Castledine met his wife, Alison. They have been married for 25 years and are the parents of five children and one grandchild.
After returning to Idaho in 1993, Castledine earned a master’s degree in business from Northwest Nazarene University.
He served for four years as CEO of Treasure Valley Hospital, then worked as a consultant before joining St. Luke’s in 2006.
In his new role, Castledine will oversee strategic planning and payor/provider partnership development and will provide operational leadership for all healthcare related entities within BVA. Castledine plans to develop community boards comprised of local leaders committed to improving their communities health.
The purpose of BVA’s health division is to improve communities health through engaged and aligned providers seeking to provide cost effective care throughout southern Idaho.