Unbeknownst to Rachel, her new P.A, Henry Lee, is also Seth Packhurst's boyfriend.
After years of administration work Henry has realised that he prefers working in healthcare, having only remained outside of the medical industry so as to please Seth who wishes to avoid mixing his personal life with his professional at all costs.
Without telling Seth, Henry accepts a job at Shortland Street - a move that rocks the boat in their relationship.
Henry is the light, fun counterpart to Seth's seriousness. He's a touchy-feely, sensitive person, and his cheekiness sometimes crosses the line of what's appropriate. He's able to have fun and do an excellent job at the same time, and he's well-liked.
Henry knows his worth professionally and refuses to be taken advantage of, earning him respect from his colleagues. He can be a bit of a perfectionist and he hates being wrong, often arguing a point just to save face.
A bit of a party boy, sometimes Henry can take things too far.
It's Henry's personal life with Seth where he’s the most vulnerable. He understands Seth's reasons for keeping their relationship secret but it remains a source of frustration.
His worst fear would be to make a mistake at work which might affect his excellent track record. He strives to gain Rachel's approval.