Dr. Levine, who is in fact the same doctor who attended to Duncan when he hit his head jumping off the bleachers, enters an examining room wherein Veronica is waiting in hospital gown. Apparently he examined her earlier, because he tells her that the "sniffles" of which she complained are just common allergies, and then turns to walk back out. Well, I can see why this guy gets paid the big bucks.
Sometime later, VMVO tells us she's going to be attempting something underhanded, as Veronica ducks into the bathroom.
Sometime later than that, the doctor leaves for the day. The nurse at the desk goes to do the same, but notices that the bathroom door is closed. Testing it, she finds it locked, so she opens it with her key. There's no one in sight, so she leaves. At first, I was confused as to why Veronica locked it at all, since that would only attract attention, but then I realized that she needed some clear signal that the coast was about to be clear. And now that it is, Veronica crawls out from the cabinet under the sink as VMVO tells us that yes, she is petite, and sometimes it comes in handy. Moving quickly, she gets hold of Duncan's file and makes a copy, but in the process of replacing it, she sees another file -- that of Abel Koontz. Some people on the boards were wondering at this coincidence, but between the fact that Koontz worked for Jake Kane in the past and that Neptune isn't supposed to be the biggest town, I don't have trouble buying it. She grabs the file, but doesn't have time to copy it before she hears someone coming. Cut to a nurse opening the examining room door, wherein Veronica is back in her gown. She asks, "Is the doctor here? 'Cause I've been sitting for like, an hour." The nurse is all, "Great. Now I have to remember the insurance code for 'senile-doctor-caused pneumonia' yet again."