Can it be just like this?

" Recommendation Letter

I'm writting this letter on behalf of......

______________________________

______________________________

Sincerely,

Prof. ***, M.D., Ph.D., D.M.

*********************** signature

"

or should I start it with "Dear Mr./Mrs." or "To whom it may concern:" (actually I don't understand what does this passage supposed to mean). Is it important to use this last one?

Thanks in advance!
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When you say 'on behalf of' do you mean the organisation you work for? I don't think that is necessary really assuming you'll be writing on letter-headed paper. If not, I still wouldn't use 'on behalf of' just write something along the lines of 'I am the Head of the X department at X company.'

You could start Dear Sir or Madam (we don't use Mr or Mrs unless we have the person's surname).
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